• News

    Student mourns sister killed in Vegas

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief         Bailey Schweitzer became one of the 58 people who died in the Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Festival on Oct. 1.      Bailey Schweitzer was...
    October 10, 2017 875 0
  • News

    CSUB responds to College Republicans

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief    University Counsel Chelsea Epps responded on Sept 22. to the College Republican’s letter sent to CSUB on Sept. 20.   In the letter the College Republicans sent to CSUB was written...
    September 22, 2017 3836 0
  • News

    CSUB student dies in collision on Highway 46

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief A cool, gentle breeze swayed the trees surrounding the Wasco Cemetery. The trees seemed to wave a final goodbye to CSU Bakersfield student Ismael Castro along with his friends and family. Castro...
    May 2, 2017 10140 0
  • ASI Elections

    New board of directors prepares for fall term

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief  The new Associated Students Inc. board of directors have been selected with a voter turnout of 7.5 percent.  On April 7, the winners were announced. Now they are waiting for the new...
    April 18, 2017 582 0
  • 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 1053 0
  • News

    Artist Wale to perform at CSUB next month

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief    No days off for Campus Programing as it prepares to turn Runner Nights into Miami nights by bringing award-winning artist Wale to CSU Bakersfield on April 28. Wale is known for...
    March 21, 2017 2453 0
  • News

    Isabella Dam not expected to break

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief The recent drought led to dry rivers and water restrictions in Bakersfield. However, recently the abundance of rainfall has quenched Bakersfield’s dry land. With so much rainfall, there are rising concerns about...
    March 7, 2017 2564 0
  • Opinion

    Fake news fools the public

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief   Information is constantly flowing into phones, computers and social media pages, and this could potentially harm the way we distinguish between what is a legitimate story and a story that has...
    February 7, 2017 860 0
  • Arts & Entertainment

    Editor-in-Chief bids farewell

    By Ashley Zaragoza Editor-in-Chief   On the first day of spring quarter two years ago, I hesitantly wandered into Modular East 103, a room I had no idea existed, looking for Comm 214. I vividly remember...
    June 5, 2013 427 0

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