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    Animal shelter makes a move

    by Elizabeth Cortez Staff Writer Kern County Animal Services Department, formerly Kern County Animal Control, has moved. According to Maggie Kalar, marketing and promotions and public information officer, “We (KCASD) are preparing to move 350 to...
    October 2, 2013 226 0
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    Campus construction continues as planned

    Bailey Torres Staff Writer The construction is obvious in every corner of campus this fall. Contractors are working on a new art building in the northwest part of campus behind the Doré Theatre, new dormitories are...
    October 2, 2013 424 0
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    CSUB introduces new calendaring system

    By Caché Cantrell Opinion Editor During the past year, CSUB has been working to streamline the process of planning and informing the campus community of events such as classes, meetings and club events on campus. As...
    September 13, 2013 554 0
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    Get in where you fit in: Joining the perfect club

    Brian Willhite Distribution Manager For many students, the college experience is not complete without joining a club or pledging to a Greek organization. For some, it may even be the part of college where their best...
    September 13, 2013 351 0
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    The ins and outs of sexual health at CSUB

    Michael Wafford News Editor For incoming and returning California State University, Bakersfield students the college sexual experience can carry risks ranging from pregnancy to sexually transmitted diseases and infections. According to the Centers for Disease Control...
    September 13, 2013 518 0
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    Remembering Michael Flachmann: A Former Student Says Goodbye

    By Steven Barker Managing Editor Dr. Michael Flachmann was a man who seemingly transcended age. Walking into class with a warm smile and hair like golden thread, he taught and lived with a vitality that often...
    August 18, 2013 873 2
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    How can The Runner improve?

    By Garrett Geissel Staff Writer A tremendous amount of work goes into producing The Runner here on campus, but what do students think of the school newspaper? After interviewing a variety of different students, I was...
    June 5, 2013 412 0
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    Bike Bakersfield sponsors Full Moon bike ride event

    By Kathryn McCoy Managing Editor On Friday, May 24 at 8 p.m. approximately 140 bike riders gathered together at Beach Park where they embarked on what is known as a “Full Moon Bike Ride”, one of...
    June 5, 2013 358 0
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    Speaker discusses Biblical apocalypse, rapture

    By Steven Barker Opinion Editor On Thursday, May 23, in the Multi-Purpose Room, Galen Norsworthy, the President and CEO of Ducor Telephone Company and a graduate from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary with a Master’s in Pastoral...
    June 5, 2013 298 0
  • Arts & Entertainment

    Hijab allows for expression of religion

    By Michelle Bean Staff Writer It seems to me that recently the trends in fashion have focused on a policy of skin, skin and more skin. Amidst the increasingly revealing styles found on campus, one group...
    May 23, 2013 547 0

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