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    Presidential search seeks CSUB input

    By Mario Hernandez Reporter CSU Bakersfield held a presidential search open forum on Oct. 30  in the Doré Theatre.     The event had a poor turn-out with only a few attendees in a theater that...
    November 7, 2017 382 0
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    Engineering program awaits accreditation

    By Runa Lemminn News Editor      CSU Bakersfield’s three engineering departments have been waiting for over a year to become formally accredited.    Becoming accredited will put them on a more even playing field with...
    November 7, 2017 457 0
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    ASI takes on presidental search

    By Sonia Lemus Assistant News Editor   Mariela Gomez, Associated Students Inc. president informed ASI during their Nov. 3 meeting that she is on a time crunch. Gomez is the student representative in the Advisory Committee...
    November 7, 2017 311 0
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    ASI offers opportunities

    By Tanner Harris Reporter   In spring 2017, Associated Students Inc. initiated their leader program.   The program helps students sharpen their leadership skills for future jobs and positions.   Maureen Fillmore, Greek life and student...
    November 7, 2017 274 0
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    Carpooling a cheaper option

    By Ola Iduma Reporter   CSU Bakersfield is investigating a carpool/ride share program.     Some transportation companies, like rent-a-car companies, can come onto campuses to set up a transportation program.    Pat Jacobs, assistant vice...
    November 7, 2017 266 0
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    Food truck is not being kicked to the curb

        Students and faculty who are craving food from the Curbside truck on campus will still be able to have it after the new restaurants open.  Originally, the food trucks were only a temporary fix...
    October 31, 2017 467 0
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    Faculty unhappy with closed search

    By Sonia Lemus Assistant News Editor   Ever since CSU Bakersfield President Dr. Horace Mitchell announced his retirement on Aug. 24, people have wondered who will take over.   The search for CSUB’s next president will...
    October 24, 2017 670 0
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    Old faculty towers to be completely and quietly razed by November 17

    By Runa Lemminn News Editor  The CSU Bakersfield campus is about to lose a building, and gain some green space for students in its place.    The old Faculty Towers building has now gone through its...
    October 24, 2017 401 0
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    New restaurants will be opening soon

    By Tanner Harris Reporter      Students have been waiting for Panda Express, Which Wich Superior Sandwiches, and Starbucks to open on CSU Bakersfield’s campus since it was announced they would be coming earlier this year;...
    October 24, 2017 411 0
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    DACA task force made for Dreamer support

    By Mario Hernandez Reporter   Since President Donald Trump ended Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA,) and called on Congress to act, many universities have initiated programs and advocacies to support DACA students.    CSU Bakersfield...
    October 24, 2017 374 0

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