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 Students and faculty serve themselves, asada or el pastor, tacos at ASI Runner Hour.

Csub’s Sabor Latinx lunch event was tasteful for students and staff

Ruben Gladin, Staff Writer October 8, 2023

The smell of tacos filled the campus air as students made their way to the Student Union to line up for a free lunch provided by Associated Students Inc.  On the menu were asada and al pastor...

An inside look of The Kegley Institute of Ethics

An inside look of The Kegley Institute of Ethics

Jocelynn Landon , Photo Director October 2, 2023

Every semester CSU Bakersfield hosts a series of events through the Kegley Institute of Ethics that dive into a plethora of topics. Their mission is to start conversations, understand different ethical...

Paravi: EP album cover from the official Paravi website.

Review: Paravi reclaims her name in new EP

Jocelynn Landon, Staff Writer September 25, 2023

If you are looking for an artist who has an angelic voice, creative songwriting and backs it all up with exceptional instrumentals…  it's safe to say you will eventually come across Paravi.  Paravi,...

 Kyle Capulong, Campus Programing student worker, serves food to Jahnyl Howden, Business Marketing major, at the Latinx Heritage Month Kickoff event.

CSUB kicks off Latinx Heritage month

Autumn Layton , Features Editor September 20, 2023

The Latinx Heritage Month Kickoff started strong with a long line of students in front of California State University, Bakersfield’s Student Union. The kickoff didn’t start until 1:00 p.m., but students...

students and their parents gather for the annual Kern County College Night hosted at the Mechanics Bank Center on Sept. 11.

Students consider higher education pathways during Kern County College Night

Ruben Gladin , Staff writer September 18, 2023

Dozens of high school districts made their way to the Rabobank, which hosted its annual college night on September 11, 2023. Many parents accompanied their children as they also hoped to see what might...

Dead loved ones ushering Wayne, played by Justin Thompson (left), after he passes. Photo by Kristina Saldaña / The Empty Space

Review: Empty Space’s ‘Puffs’ enchants audience on their opening weekend

Brianna Fay, Opinions Editor September 18, 2023

The Empty Space Theatre put on a spectacular opening weekend of “Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic.” “Puffs,” originally written by Matt Cox,...

Guts album cover from the official Olivia Rodrigo website.

Olivia Rodrigo mirrors the universal feeling of womanhood

Jennifer Serrano Ramirez, Digital Editor-in-Chief September 13, 2023

Popstar Olivia Rodrigo creates music that resonates with young women who want to scream and dance in their bedroom at one in the morning. She has a way with words that makes every girl feel as if Rodrigo’s...

CSUB geology club shows students different rocks that are collected by the department of geology.  Allyssa Tafoya, Geology major, and Monica Hinson, Geology lecture, help Rose Odell figure out what rock she got from their rock vending matchine game.

Getting Involved with Clubs on CSUB’s Campus

Edwardo Martinez, Staff Writer September 11, 2023

Come one, come all and get involved in CSU Bakersfield's community. The Get Involved Day event occurred Sep 6. From10 am–12 pm in front of the Student Union building, which hosts student clubs and organizations....


CSUB greek organizations are rounding up students for recruitment

Jocelynn Landon , Photo Director September 3, 2023

California State University, Bakersfield sororities are ready to welcome new sisters into their Greek organizations. In college, getting involved and making friends can be difficult, but when you “Go...

Party School book cover by Jon Hart

A coming to age Novel by Jon Hart

Guadalupe Leon , Staff Writer June 17, 2023

Acceptance is what people seek throughout their lifetimes. To be accepted, people often buy items out of their price range to be perceived as better off or more desired by their peers. In addition,...

“The Last Croissant” production in correlation with CSUB sustainability symposium

“The Last Croissant” production in correlation with CSUB sustainability symposium

Dina Olvera, Staff Writer May 17, 2023

A comical play, “The Last Croissant,” by Veronica Tjioe, is an intriguing and thought-provoking production.   David Melendez, assistant professor of theatre history and literature, directed...

Illustration by Autumn Layton

Reading your way through the summer

Jacob Torres , Staff Writer May 16, 2023

  Fellow roadrunners! Summertime is here again, and what better way to kick off your summer than to immerse yourself in a good book? In case any of you are looking for suggestions about what to...

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