The Runner

Health care draft poses worries

Glendy Ardon

March 21, 2017

Reporter   Republicans have introduced a draft on health care to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) set in place by the Obama administration.   President Donald Trump tweeted on March 11, “We are maki...

Staff, faculty reminded of no children policy at CSUB

Sonia Lemus

March 21, 2017

Reporter  CSU Bakersfield faculty and staff received an email in February reminding them that they should not bring their children to the workplace during working hours. Kellie Garcia, Associate Vice President of Human...

Essential test-taking tips

Gustavo Reveles

March 21, 2017

Reporter Midterm week is finally behind us. While many students feel accomplished with their test performance, and others are content and satisfied, some students are still finding it difficult to perform, even after st...

Able-bodied people should not use handicapped stalls

Renee Blakes

March 7, 2017

Reporter If you are an able-bodied person, you should not be using a handicapped bathroom stall.   Every day, every hour, maybe even every minute, an able-bodied person is using a handicapped stall. Handicapped stalls a...

March Madness tips off in Sin City

Mickey Van Horn

March 7, 2017

Reporter CSU Bakersfield men’s basketball team will enter the Western Athletic Conference Tournament as the number one seed with a first round bye. The Roadrunners enter the tournament as winners of the regular season t...

Five Roadrunners head to NCAAs

Juan Rodriguez

March 7, 2017

Reporter   As the NCAA Wrestling Championships commence on March 16 in St. Louis, Missouri, CSU Bakersfield will have four members of the men’s wrestling team competing against the nation’s best. After top perf...

CSUB makes big splash in conference championships

Victor Rodriguez

March 7, 2017

Reporter The CSU Bakersfield men’s and women’s swim and diving teams headed into Houston, Texas for the 2017 Western Athletic Conference Championships with some trepidation but with success on their minds. Over the span...

Concerns rise over vacancies in dorms

Glendy Ardon

March 7, 2017

Reporter Some students wonder if their money is being used to maintain empty dorm rooms and pay off the borrowed loans and bonds that were used to build the new Student Housing East dormitories. This concern increases with the...

Students dissatisfied with food choices on campus

Roshelle Czar

March 7, 2017

Reporter A variety of fast foods are offered on the CSU Bakersfield campus. Whether a student is grabbing a cup of coffee from Peet’s or getting a sandwich from TOGO’S, grabbing a quick meal before class is never a ...

Annual nature festival returns

Gustavo Reveles

March 7, 2017

Reporter  For students looking to get away from the pressures of school or work, or those who just want to explore and connect with nature outside of Bakersfield, Wind Wolves Preserve will be hosting its Fourth Annual S...

Roadrunners fall on senior day, still third in WAC

Juan Rodriguez

February 21, 2017

Reporter      The CSU Bakersfield women’s basketball team let one slip away in their conference matchup against Seattle University on senior night on Feb. 18 in the Icardo Center.    After defeatin...

Water conservation is still a must

Renee Blakes

February 21, 2017

Reporter   During times of drought, everyone becomes aware of our need to conserve water.     Residents of a drought-afflicted area are always watching their water usage.   But as soon as the rain com...

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