• News

    Two CSUB students die in Tule River

    By Emily Amparan Assistant News Editor    With summer weather only becoming more eminent, trying to stay cool will become a priority. However, it is important to know the dangers of swimming in a river. According to...
    May 18, 2017 1143 0
  • 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

    Supervisors approve resolution opposing sanctuary state bill

    By Esteban Ramirez Senior Staff Writer   Despite a plea from a CSUB professor and members of the community, the Kern County Board of Supervisors voted overwhelmingly to oppose the proposed “sanctuary state” bill during its...
    May 10, 2017 2547 0
  • Campus

    Administration reaches graduation resolution

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief   After much discontent from the student body on the sudden requirement for tickets to attend graduation, CSUB President Horace Mitchell has sent out a memo with details on the new plan....
    May 5, 2017 2320 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 9785 0
  • Opinion

    Wale concert better than all the whale jokes

    By Anthony Jauregui Opinions Editor Most Bakersfield residents pledge: “there’s nothing to do here,” “nothing exciting comes to Bakersfield” and “why does all the cool stuff happen everywhere but here?” CSU Bakersfield finally stepped to the...
    May 2, 2017 897 1
  • Features

    Mira Sorvino encourages CSUB to stand against human trafficking

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief   Good Will Ambassador for Global Fight against Human Trafficking Mira Sorvino visited the CSU Bakersfield campus to talk about  the dangers and importance of fighting human trafficking. The Dore Theater filled...
    April 20, 2017 639 0
  • Photography

    CSUB shows its pride

    By Sonia Lemus Reporter To kick off Pride Week, CSUB hosted the Consent Carnival on Monday, April 17 at Runner Park.  The festival was in partnership with the university’s efforts to recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Month...
    April 18, 2017 1291 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
  • ASI Elections

    ASI accomplishments throughout a year

    By Glendy Ardon Reporter “Students working for students” is the motto of CSU Bakersfield’s Associated Students Inc.  This year’s ASI leaders have been busy working on meeting student needs. Scholarships, a food pantry and grants for...
    April 18, 2017 636 0

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