Republican Secretary of State Candidate addresses objectives for office
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Republican Secretary of State Candidate addresses objectives for office

By Steven Barker News Editor In the upcoming general election on Nov. 4, California voters will decide between two candidates for the state’s Secretary of State. The first is Democratic candidate Alex Padilla, who came to California State University, Bakersfield with Amanda Renteria and Joe Biden on Oct. 7. The other candidate is Republican Pete … Continue reading

Historical research center
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Historical research center

By Shealtiel Dow Staff Writer Amid the hustle and bustle of a new fall quarter, California State University, Bakersfield opened the doors of its long awaited Historical Research Center. The ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Tuesday, September 16th and there were about 30 students in attendance, said Chris Livingston, archivist and curator of the HRC. … Continue reading

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Cesar Chavez foundation presents Cesar’s Last Fast

By Andrea Peña Staff Writer On Oct. 9 California State University, Bakersfield held a Hispanic heritage month event in the multipurpose room in the Student Union. The Hispanic Heritage Month Community and the Cesar Chavez Board presented the documentary, “Cesar’s Last Fast.” The board consisted of Richard Ray Perez, director; Paul F. Chavez, son of … Continue reading

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Energy resource center to open in winter

By Stephani Cox Staff Writer A new research center will open, providing new opportunities for student-researchers during the winter quarter at California State University, Bakersfield. The new California Energy Research Center is being created under Dean of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering, Anne Houtman, and the director leading the effort is Robert Negrini, professor of … Continue reading