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Runner recipes: Baked cheese bites

Destinee Sims, Features Editor December 20, 2020

With a house full of dietary restrictions, it can become difficult to keep a steady variety of tasty snacks. A common favorite for those on a low carbohydrate diet is cheese bites, but the options found...

All photos of this apple crisp were taken after doubling the recipe quantity.

Runner recipes: Warm apple crisp

Melanie Romo, Assistant Features Editor December 6, 2020

Since the leaves have started changing colors and the weather has cooled, it seems like many people want to enjoy every aspect of the holiday season a little more this year. From pumpkin carving to Christmas...

Preview: Common Ground Club to host “Feast of Gratitude” Zoom event

Preview: Common Ground Club to host “Feast of Gratitude” Zoom event

Melanie Romo, Assistant Features Editor December 4, 2020

As the fall semester is coming to an end and the end-of-the-year festivities are commencing, the Common Ground Club at CSU Bakersfield is honoring the occasions and will host the "Feast of Gratitude" for...

5 ways to get charitable: Runners look for ways to give back this holiday season

5 ways to get charitable: Runners look for ways to give back this holiday season

Destinee Sims, Features Editor December 2, 2020

As the holiday season begins and decorations come out, community members are beginning to look for ways to give back and spread the holiday cheer.   In a poll hosted on The Runner’s Instagram,...

Establishing emergency assistance: Sacramento State holds “Emergency Housing Program: Creation and Development Process” webinar

Establishing emergency assistance: Sacramento State holds “Emergency Housing Program: Creation and Development Process” webinar

Jennifer Samano, Features Writer November 30, 2020

In recognition of “Hunger and Homelessness Week,” Sacramento State (SSU) hosted “Emergency Housing Program: Creation and Development Process” on Nov. 18 for CSU students and faculty to attend...

CSUB celebrates International Education Week by keeping up with our students overseas

CSUB celebrates International Education Week by keeping up with our students overseas

Janelle Calderon, Mulitmedia Editor November 30, 2020

CSU Bakersfield Programming and Associated Students Inc. held a brown bag discussion via Zoom on Nov. 19 in light of International Education Week.  Runners digitally gathered to celebrate campus...

Destigmatizing hunger & homelessness and building empathy one talk at a time

Destigmatizing hunger & homelessness and building empathy one talk at a time

Melanie Romo, Assistant Features Editor November 30, 2020

Community members gathered on Nov. 18 for CSU Bakersfield’s Associated Student Inc.’s (ASI) Runner Hour to talk about stigmatized topics every community has faced: hunger and homelessness.   Wednesday’s...

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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...

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