Campus

  • News

    Edible Garden: Healthy food coming soon

    By Mario Hernandez News Reporter   CSU Bakersfield will soon have a garden on campus. The garden is set to provide fresh produce to students, staff, and faculty.   Economics Department Chair Aaron Hegde then-graduate student...
    October 10, 2017 548 0
  • News

    SRC brings new equipment to improve services

    By Ola Iduma News Reporter   There are new changes in the CSU Bakersfield student recreation center, and some existing problems have been fixed.   At the beginning of the semester, the card swipe machine at...
    October 10, 2017 441 0
  • News

    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 248 0
  • Features

    Gamers and cosplayers unite at Rowdy Con

    By Chantel Vargas & Sandy Ornelas The Runner Staff       Rowdy Con 2017 was Sept. 30, and the turnout was great. There were over 25 themed game rooms, panels, contests, and more, all for...
    October 10, 2017 259 0
  • Features

    Guitar duet serenades CSUB throughout the night

    By Karin Patiño Reporter   On Thursday, Sept. 21, CSU Bakersfield welcomed classical guitarists Johannes Möller and Laura Fraticelli for the 8th Annual Guitar Arts Series concert.   The Guitar Arts Series is an annual event...
    October 10, 2017 267 0
  • Features

    Enjoy a taste of the arts

    By Allison Lechman Reporter   Music notes, brush strokes, and words from acting folks will fill the air at this year’s Taste of the Arts. This event will be on Sunday, Oct. 15 from 4:30 p.m....
    October 10, 2017 114 0
  • News

    Milo Yiannopoulos will not speak at CSUB

    By Runa Lemminn News Editor Milo Yiannopoulos won’t be including CSU Bakersfield as one of his October 2017 speaking engagements after all. The CSUB College Republicans had intended to sponsor the visit, but citing the enormous...
    September 29, 2017 1415 1
  • News

    Remedy for removal of remediation

      By Sonia Lemus Assistant News Editor    Since the CSU Chancellor’s Office announced the end of remediation on Aug. 3, CSU Bakersfield has been working on a plan to tackle the new implementation.    Provost...
    September 26, 2017 162 0
  • News

    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 191 0
  • Opinion

    Runner Grille Unsatisfying

      The Runner Staff    The Runner Grille offers a sporadic dining schedule. Some of the meals taste good, but the majority don’t. In addition, there are not very many food options. The Runner editorial board...
    September 26, 2017 231 0

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