The Runner

A Conversation with La Raza Magazine’s Luis C. Garza

A Conversation with La Raza Magazine’s Luis C. Garza

Melanie Romo, Assistant Features Editor October 7, 2020

The Latino/a Faculty and Staff Association (LFSA) at CSU Bakersfield hosted an event with guest speaker Luis C. Garza, photographer for La Raza Magazine, in honor of the 50-year anniversary of the Chicano...

OWL to hold webinar as 100-year anniversary of 19th amendment approaches

OWL to hold webinar as 100-year anniversary of 19th amendment approaches

Melanie Romo, Assistant Features Editor October 7, 2020

The Organization of Women Leaders (OWL) is hosting a virtual event on Oct. 7 at 4 p.m. focusing on the 19th Amendment.   This year marks a special moment as the country commemorates the hundredth...

CSUB turns 50: Celebrating with digital telethons, trivia, and Sir Richard Branson

CSUB turns 50: Celebrating with digital telethons, trivia, and Sir Richard Branson

Maria M. Lopez and Destinee Sims October 7, 2020

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of CSU Bakersfield’s establishment, President Dr. Lynnette Zelezny announced on Oct. 1 that the university would be holding its first digital telethon to help raise...

Hicks shows off her work environment with one of her classes frequent furry visitors.

Contributed by Hailey Hicks.

Instructors aim to adjust to the virtual classroom

Valeria Roman, Features Writer October 6, 2020

Transitioning from in-person classes to digital has not only been a change for students, but for the instructors as well. Instructors have had to make changes to how they teach in order to adjust to...

Abuse is never the victims fault.

Surviving in silence: Domestic violence victims spend the pandemic with their abuser

Jennifer Samano, Features Writer October 5, 2020

Stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines have become the new reality as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the country, forcing the creation of restrictions mandating the closure of non-essential...

Top the funnel cakes with powdered sugar and other fun toppings for a tasty treat!

Runner Recipes: Funnel cakes and deep-fried Oreos

Destinee Sims, Features Editor October 4, 2020

Fair food cravings pop up year-round, but unfortunately, the fair is not available often. While the fair is still offering a drive-thru style event for consumers looking to satisfy their yearly craving,...

Preview: CSUB to hold virtual Día de los Muertos Paint Night

Preview: CSUB to hold virtual Día de los Muertos Paint Night

Destinee Sims, Features Editor October 4, 2020

CSU Bakersfield is bringing together Hispanic Heritage and Pride Month for a digital paint night on Oct. 9 over Zoom. While the art design will not be announced in advance, students can look forward to...

Top the cake with crumbled cookies to perfect this fall treat!

Runner recipes: Fall pumpkin spice cake

Lily Bussell, Photographer September 27, 2020

Fall has begun, and so start off the season with this easy and delicious pumpkin cake! It's perfect for any fall occasion, or if you're just in the mood for sweets. With the best flavors from pumpkin pie...

Suicide can affect anyone; try to remain judgement-free if someone expresses their struggle with thoughts of self-harm.

Stopping the stigma: Runners and experts come together to discuss suicide prevention

Melanie Romo, Assistant Features Editor September 25, 2020

In honor of Suicide Prevention Month, CSU Bakersfield’s Associated Students’ Inc. (ASI) dedicated a week to getting students actively involved in the conversation of suicide prevention. The week-long...

When the atmosphere is clear and the light pollution is low, landmarks and natural formations can be seen on the moon.

Shooting for the stars: Talking astrophotography with Natalie Page

Destinee Sims, Features Editor September 22, 2020

Natalie Page, a senior art and digital media major at CSU Bakersfield, has been studying astrophotography for four years. Having received her first digital camera of her own, she explained how...

Assistant professor Dr. Keisha Ray, PhD, from the McGovern Medical School speaks about hospital ethics on Sept. 10.

Experts talk pandemic ethics at “Ethics and COVID-19: A Moderated Conversation”

Jennifer Samano, Features Writer September 21, 2020

To kick off the Bioethics and Medical Humanities Speakers series hosted by The Kegley Institute of Ethics (KIE) in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, the organizations collaborated to host a digital informational...

This sweet and savory chicken is perfect for even the worst cooks!

Runner recipes: Easy honey mustard chicken

Destinee Sims, Features Editor September 20, 2020

  Cooking for a large family can be difficult, especially when everyone has different tastes. This can require testing new flavor ideas, or just trying to replicate some family favorites. This honey mustard...

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