• Features

    YouTuber shares experience through film

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor  “I had just left my house, and I grab my cane and go outside. All of a sudden this woman links her arm to mine and says ‘I help you,’” said...
    October 10, 2017 210 0
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    The ‘City of Inmates’ comes to CSUB

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor On Friday, Oct. 6, the Kegley Institute of Ethics hosted Kelly Lytle Hernández, associate professor of history at UC Los Angeles and author of “City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the...
    October 10, 2017 212 0
  • Features

    Who let the dogs out? It was BPD

    By Karin Patiño Reporter       On Sept. 27, CSUB’s criminal justice department hosted a K-9 demonstration from the Bakersfield Police Department for an intro to criminal justice class. Students made their way over to...
    October 10, 2017 163 0
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    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 229 0
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    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 235 0
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    Women climb to the top

    Chantel Vargas Reporter   Women Rock began last year with the intentions of empowering women and encouraging feminist ideals.   Rock climbing is often seen as a male-dominated sport, but the creators of Women Rock, Marshall...
    October 10, 2017 103 0
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    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 93 0
  • Campus

    Saudi Student Association shared their culture with CSUB

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor  On Friday, Sept. 29, CSU Bakersfield experienced its first ever Saudi Arabia National Day. Hosted by the Saudi Student Association, it is a holiday similar to America’s 4th of July. From...
    October 1, 2017 504 1
  • Features

    Hazing victim McClanahan moves on

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor    “They kept assuring me that, every night that I was gonna get these things when we were done. And then I was at my house and I just collapsed, and...
    September 26, 2017 892 0
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    Dreamers look to the future with uncertainty

    By Karin Patiño Reporter    On Sept. 5, the Justice Department announced the plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and in turn is giving Congress six months to save the policy. Many...
    September 26, 2017 232 0

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