Posts by Haley Duval:
GFCAB Speaker Series delves into Sustainable Groundwater Management Act: Insights from Deputy Director Paul Gosselin
The Grimm Family Center for Agricultural Business (GFCAB) has started its Speaker Series at CSUB throughout the spring semester.
Throughout February, Bakersfield College highlighted a variety of topics for Black History Month. BC’s Student Government Association (BCSGA) hosted a panel called “Campus Stories: Voices of Black Scholars at Bakersfield College” to share stories and perspectives from students and faculty on February 22.
Love at first Bumble for Jackie and Bryce:
Jackie Gutierrez and Bryce Fussy both have busy work schedules but that doesn’t stop them from showing up for each other.
Sen. Republicans Propose Bill to Count Only U.S. Citizens in 2030 Census, Stirring Debate on Representation and Immigration Policy
Senate Republicans have announced they have introduced a bill that will only require U.S. citizens to be counted in the next census count in 2030.
The Rapid Response Network of Kern will host a “Know Your Rights” presentation on what to do when interacting with law enforcement and ICE officers, on February 8 from 6:30 p.m.
California Faculty Association (CFA) has announced they have reached a tentative agreement ending CFA’s systemwide strike walkout that began January 22.
Elizabeth Hernandez is a Kern County-based architect who owns her firm, Ethosphere Studios. Her parents immigrated to the U.S.
Bakersfield College (BC) will host a Financial Aid Fest on Feb. 7th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
In January 2024 California became the first and only state to offer Medi-Cal to all California residents, regardless of immigration status.
California becomes first state to offer health care to all Californians, regardless of immigration status
Starting January 2024 individuals, regardless of immigration status, between the ages of 26 to 49 can be provided full coverage of Medi-Cal if they meet the eligibility criteria.