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Concert Window: A View with a Room

May 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

By Christopher Short Staff Writer Gaze into the Concert Window and see the future of live online music performance. With real-time exclusive performances from some of the best artists in the country, Concert Window offers a view...

Looking deeper ‘into the woods’

May 26, 2014

Filed under City, Features, Opinion

By Stephany Bravo Staff Writer Nearing its final days of production, the cast of Into the Woods showcased their talent on Friday, May 23 on the Empty Space stage, located on Oak Street in the Pizzaville plaza. Into the Woods...

Where does your money go?

May 26, 2014

Filed under Campus, News

By Kassie Mullican Contributing Writer Where Does Your Money Go? The rising cost of tuition throughout all CSU campuses is nothing new. But what about the recent rise in campus fees? Each quarter students are charged mandatory...

CSUB works to reduce water-usage in wake of drought

May 26, 2014

Filed under Campus, News

By Steven Barker Staff Writer In conjunction with state-wide efforts to reduce water use during the ongoing drought, California State University, Bakersfield has pledged to cut its water consumption by 20-percent by 2020. The...

Several CSU campuses ranked ‘among the top’ in the nation

May 26, 2014

Filed under Campus, News

By Kennedy Thomas Web Editor Time magazine has ranked California State University, Bakersfield at no. 47 out of more than 2,500 universities – for bachelor and graduate degree programs – using metrics based on a proposed...

Are our pitchers being overworked?

May 26, 2014

Filed under Campus, Opinion, Sports

By Nate Sanchez Staff Writer Pitching is not easy, and I commend anybody willing and able to go out onto a mound and, without any special protection, throw a ball at a guy with a two-pound stick whose only goal is to hit that ball as hard as he can. B...

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