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Runner recipes: Leftover turkey penne bake

Destinee Sims, Features Editor November 29, 2020

With the holiday season around the corner, fall staple dishes will become more prominent in our daily lives. For many, this includes turkey. As most households find themselves struggling to consume the...

Seeking comfort from furry friends

Seeking comfort from furry friends

Valeria Roman, Features Writer November 27, 2020

Animal companions are popular among CSU Bakersfield students but animal companions can do more than keep someone company, they can be vital to those with disabilities.  Brittany Garcia, a senior...

These sandwiches are warm and filling with minimal effort.

Runner recipes: Crock pot chicken bacon ranch sandwiches

Destinee Sims, Features Editor November 22, 2020

These chicken bacon ranch sandwiches are creamy, crunchy, and delicious. With the help of a crock pot, this chicken takes minimal effort; the hardest part is frying the bacon! This dish is perfect for...

Discussing the role of spirituality in the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight for racial justice

Discussing the role of spirituality in the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight for racial justice

Chase Anderson, News Reporter November 21, 2020

The Department of Arts and Humanities hosted “Spiritual Protest: The Role of Faith in the Fight for Racial Justice” on Nov. 5 to examine the significance of religion on the Black Lives Matter movement.  The...

Preview: Sacramento State helps guide CSU system in creating emergency housing programs in an upcoming webinar

Preview: Sacramento State helps guide CSU system in creating emergency housing programs in an upcoming webinar

Jennifer Samano, Features Writer November 17, 2020

The “Emergency Housing Program: Creation & Development Process” on Nov. 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. is the second CSU-wide online webinar for “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.”  This...

“Supporting Students’ Basic Needs in the California State University”: a CSU-wide discussion

“Supporting Students’ Basic Needs in the California State University”: a CSU-wide discussion

Jennifer Samano, Features Writer November 17, 2020

Kicking off the Zoom sessions for Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week, Supporting Students’ Basic Needs in the California State University will be held on Nov. 17 from 12 to 1pm.   Supporting...

Grandma Wade's Roni Roni.

Runner recipes: Grandma Wade’s Roni Roni

Blake McKee, Podcast Reporter November 15, 2020

It’s not uncommon for someone to have a favorite childhood dish that always managed to put a smile on their face. Growing up, my grandmother would fix a dish that her mother also made for her: Roni Roni....

Pawel discusses the Jerry Brown's political campaigns, as well as his time in office.

Author Miriam Pawel discusses the legacy of the Governors Browns on criminal justice reform

Destinee Sims, Features Editor November 13, 2020

Utilizing the Kegley Institute of Ethics’ (KIE) “Humanities Beyond Bars” grant, the CSU Bakersfield’s KIE worked with the Public History Institute to invite author Miriam Pawel on Nov. 12 to...

The flyer was provided by the PHI and KIE.

Preview: The legacy of the Governers Brown: A webinar with Miriam Pawel

Destinee Sims, Features Editor November 12, 2020

Author Miriam Pawel will be returning to CSU Bakersfield virtually on Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. to discuss the long-lasting effects of the Browns’ leadership in the justice system.   “Rethinking...

CSUB to host an elections edition of Community Conversations

CSUB to host an elections edition of Community Conversations

Paige Atkison, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2020

CSU Bakersfield will be hosting a special elections edition of Community Conversations via Zoom on Nov. 10, at 3 p.m. The event is presented by CSUB’s Associated Students Inc. and the Division of...

Zoom fashion: Casual, cute, and comfy

Zoom fashion: Casual, cute, and comfy

Mallory Elick, Guest Writer November 10, 2020

Students appear to be embracing the lounge wear trend this fall due to the schools moving online, with interaction primarily being limited to courses taught over platforms like Zoom.  This trend includes...

Just add water: 4 home hazards and how to handle them

Just add water: 4 home hazards and how to handle them

Destinee Sims, Features Editor November 9, 2020

As Runners begin to find apartments and houses to call a home of their own, many will face home hazards head-on for the first time. While dangers like kitchen fires may seem apparent, the risks associated...

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