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  • Opinion

    A non-foodie’s take on Café Rio

    By Jarad Mann Photo Editor For as long as I could remember, the lot of land at the corner of Stockdale Highway and Coffee Road has been empty. On a daily basis, I would drive by...
    December 5, 2017 492 1
  • Opinion

    Clery report: fails

    STAFF EDITORIAL  The Runner Staff  California State University, Bakersfield underrepresents the crimes that happen on its campus. While CSUB does comply with the federally mandated Clery Report, it does not give the public, or its students,...
    December 5, 2017 342 0
  • Opinion

    Tax haste makes waste

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor  How much do you know about the Republicans’ tax bill that just passed the Senate? If the answer is not much, and you are not a wealthy CEO with a private...
    December 5, 2017 374 0
  • Sports

    CSUB continues to adapt to D-I

    By Vincent Perez Assistant Sports Editor   An overall buzz can be felt in the sports programs at CSU Bakersfield since the change from Division II to Division I in July 2010 and into the Western...
    December 5, 2017 432 0
  • Sports

    CSUB’s Williams places fifth in Las Vegas invitational

    By Vincent Perez Assistant Sports Editor Two CSU Bakersfield wrestlers reached fifth-place matches in the Dec. 1-2 Cliff Klein Las Vegas Invitational. Competition was at an all-time high at the two-day tournament. No. 9-ranked senior Matt...
    December 5, 2017 587 0
  • Sports

    Roadrunners’ offense smothered by SMU in loss

    By Peter Castillo Sports Editor The CSU Bakersfield women’s basketball team was stifled on the offensive end against Southern Methodist University on Sunday, Dec. 3 in a 41-29 loss. The Roadrunners (3-4) only shot 19 percent...
    December 5, 2017 229 0
  • News

    Too much staff, not enough space

    By Mario Hernandez Reporter   CSU Bakersfield is in need of 41 new instructor positions for next year. However, there is no guarantee all positions will be filled.    Vice Provost David Schecter said the decision...
    November 28, 2017 369 0
  • News

    The new and improved Humanities building

    Alexis Redding News Reporter   This fall 2017  the School of Arts and Humanities moved into a new structure and provides many amenities to the university and its community.   Elizabeth Monroig, 25, senior, loves the...
    November 28, 2017 296 0
  • News

    New engineering building in its first stage

    Alexis Redding Reporter   CSU Bakersfield’s engineering building is in the proposal stage. Prior to the proposal, the Academic Affairs Facilities’ planning process took place in fall 2016. The final step is approval from the CSU...
    November 28, 2017 325 0
  • News

    Consent Project helping victims of sexual and domestic violence

    By Alexis Redding  Reporter   The Consent Project is a national campaign that supports victims and families affected by sexual or domestic violence.    The Consent Project Club has been active on the CSU Bakersfield campus...
    November 20, 2017 318 0

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