Alexis Redding

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    Censorship shall not pass at CSUB

    By Alexis Redding Reporter    The American Library Association’s (ALA) Banned Books Week supports First Amendment rights, taking a stand on literature censorship and the freedom to read.    Banned Books Week is a celebration that...
    December 5, 2017 408 0
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    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 295 0
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    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 323 0
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    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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    CSUB starts 15 to Finish

    By Alexis Redding  Reporter     The 15 to Finish kick-off picnic was held at Alumni Park on Oct. 10 at 11 a.m. The event was to celebrate the campaign to complete 15 units per semester. ...
    October 24, 2017 175 0
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    A new brew on campus: Starbucks

    By Alexis Redding Reporter     CSU Bakersfield began construction on Starbucks Coffee Company on July 1 located inside the campus bookstore. Instead of traveling off campus to high-volume Starbucks locations with ongoing lines, students, staff...
    October 10, 2017 462 0
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    California offers aid for recent disasters

      By Alexis Redding Reporter    Since August, residents and several businesses in Bakersfield, California have been assisting those affected by the natural disasters Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria, and the Mexico City earthquake.   ...
    September 26, 2017 349 0
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    Mitchell to retire after a 13-year career at CSUB

    By Alexis Redding News Reporter      Dr. Horace Mitchell is retiring as CSU Bakersfield’s fourth president after this academic year.    Students, faculty, and administrators of the CSUB community will be introduced to a forthcoming...
    September 12, 2017 665 0

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