The Runner

Art alum reflects on life after CSUB

Patricia Rocha

May 31, 2016

Filed under Features

Writing Coach   As many graduating seniors are contemplating their next big adventure, CSU Bakersfield art alum Tanya Darapiza offered some advice through her own reflections of her time at CSUB, and how it led to he...

CSUB enters race discussion

Patricia Rocha

March 8, 2016

Filed under News

News Editor   In a recent Brown Bag discussion hosted by CSU Bakersfield President Horace Mitchell, Mitchell discussed the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as part of the celebration of Black History Mo...

Faculty has right to discuss strike

Patricia Rocha

March 2, 2016

Filed under Faculty Strike, News

News Editor In a campus-wide memorandum sent Feb. 23, CSU Bakersfield President Horace Mitchell addressed the California Faculty Association’s preparations for a five-day strike in April. In the memo, he assured students that alter...

Briefs

Joe Macias

February 16, 2016

Filed under News

Sports Editor   The CSU Bakersfield athletics program received eight Automated External Defibrillators on Thursday as a donation from Bakersfield Mayor and Founder of Hall Ambulance Services Harvey Hall. An AED ...

COLUMN: Style app worth the purchase

November 11, 2015

Filed under Features

SUSTAINABLE STYLE: News editor and resident thrift store addict Patricia Rocha shares tips on how to stay stylish without breaking the bank or the planet.  I am not a fan of sponsored posts. I won’t click on them. I refuse...

CFA members to march, rally next week

Patricia Rocha

November 11, 2015

Filed under Faculty Strike, News

News Editor The California Faculty Association announced on Nov. 4 that 94.4 percent of voting faculty supported a strike for higher wages, with 80 percent of union members participating in the vote. Voting was held from Oc...

Gamers collect coins

Gamers collect coins

November 3, 2015

CSU faculty strike vote ends today

Patricia Rocha

October 27, 2015

Filed under Faculty Strike, News

News Editor   The California Faculty Association held a vote over the last 10 days to see how much California State University faculty supports striking as the union negotiates for a 5 percent raise instead of the 2...

COLUMN: Don’t rely on store items

Patricia Rocha

October 27, 2015

Filed under Culture, Features

News Editor Buying a brand new Halloween costume is cheating. Don’t even open the flyers and packets you get every year from those money-hungry annual costume stores. They are creativity killers, and you should put t...

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