CSU Bakersfield

  • Features

    Student’s pain fuels a new beginning

    By Glendy Ardon Reporter  I remember pain. I thought I was hurt or sore from physical exercise, or from being a tired mom always on the go with two children on the autism spectrum filled with...
    May 18, 2017 5090 4
  • News

    New order set to ban Tobacco on CSU campuses

    By Jennifer Olague Reporter  Any and all tobacco products will soon be banned from all 23 California State University campuses.    This policy, effective Sept. 1, is the result of an executive order by CSU Chancellor...
    May 18, 2017 1418 0
  • Opinion

    EDITORIAL: Graduation is a mess

    By The Runner Staff Graduation should be a chance for friends and family to gather around and celebrate their loved one’s achievement of receiving a diploma.   It should also be a time for excitement and...
    May 2, 2017 718 0
  • Baseball

    Carter driven by family

    By Joe Macias Senior Writer Senior infielder and pitcher Max Carter’s performance is fueled by inspiration from his older brother and support from the people around him. Carter attributes his success to his older brother, Mitch...
    April 18, 2017 721 0
  • Opinion

    EDITORIAL: CSUB administration fails at communication

    The Runner Staff  As CSU Bakersfield students, we are concerned with how little activity we see from our administration with student issues.  There are three issues we are choosing to focus on.  The decision to increase...
    April 18, 2017 532 0
  • News

    Graduation: The final college expense

    By Heather Simmons Copy Chief CSU Bakersfield’s 2017 graduates can buy their caps and gowns at the annual Grad Fest April 19th-20th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Student Union patio and bookstore.  Two...
    April 18, 2017 434 0
  • News

    Shedding light on sexual assault

    By Emily Amparan Assistant News Editor April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time that draws attention to important issues that are often swept under the rug. This month, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s goal...
    April 18, 2017 257 0
  • Events

    Maker movement moves Fab Fest

    CSU Bakersfield hosted the annual fab fest on Saturday, March 25.  The event included an kinetic sculpture competition, demonstrations, exhibits, and activities for all ages....Read More
    April 10, 2017 511 1
  • ASI Elections

    President, EVP run unopposed for first time in six years

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief The two most important positions in the Associated Students Inc. are running unopposed.   Mariela Gomez and Precious Nwaoha are running for presidency and executive vice president respectively. Both Gomez and Nwaoha essentially...
    April 4, 2017 818 0
  • ASI Elections

    ASI candidates debate at election open forum

    By Sonia Lemus Reporter  Associated Students Inc. held the open forum and debate for its 2017-18 candidates at noon on April 3 in the Student Union Multipurpose Room. Sixteen out of the 27 candidates were able...
    April 4, 2017 701 0

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