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RecycleMania event is underway

Yienessa Warren February 8, 2013

On a warm California day, two students, Hilda Nieblas and Karla Guzman, stood in front of the Student Union and gave out free pizza to passing students and faculty. Nieblas, a first year graduate student...

A female barn owl rests on a post as the male clasps onto the cage staring as each visitor passes through. (Katy McCoy/The Runner)

F.A.C.T. opens house for community

Yienessa Warren February 8, 2013

F.A.C.T., the Facility for Animal Care and Treatment, held its monthly open house on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The facility holds the open house to help spread awareness about wildlife...

CSUB rolls out new graduation workshop

Ryan Barrera February 7, 2013

Upon entering college students all have hopes of graduating with a 4-year degree or better. Throughout those 4 years students acquire questions and wonder what they need to do to graduate. CSUB and the...

Paladins Game Castle: It’s all about the games!

Steven Gaede February 1, 2013

Sports Editor Elves and wizards invaded CSUB's Albertson Room Saturday, Jan.26 for a special event hosted by Paladins Game Castle. The event known as a pre-release, featured a new set of cards for...

Networking event boosts CSUB’s MBA program

Michael Wafford January 31, 2013

On Jan. 25, 116 students, alumni, and guests from California State University Bakersfield's Master of business administration program gathered together at The Padre Hotel to get to know about each...

Campus documentary encourages hope

Yenny Nolasco January 31, 2013

On Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m., CSUB Doré Theatre will premiere a 90-minute documentary film called "Camp to Campus." The film focuses on first-generation college students who come from a migrant labor...

ASI looks to get more involved

Yienessa Warren January 30, 2013

Staff Writer CSUB's student government, Associated Students, Inc., recognizes their inability to effectively reach out to a larger amount of students. The organization met on an eary Friday afternoon...

Students head to Washington, D.C. for Obamas Inauguration

Students head to Washington, D.C. for Obama’s Inauguration

Caché Cantrell January 30, 2013

This year 18 CSUB students, along with political science professor Kent Price, were among the crowd of thousands of people who gathered, some as early as 6 a.m., to witness a historical moment: the...

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