Beyond Kern

The Center and BAIHP bring diverse community members together to talk about nonbinary native youth‘s death

March 29, 2024 / By
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The indigenous and 2SLGBTQ+ community are in mourning since the death of 16 year old, Chahta (Choctaw) native Owasso High School student Nex Benedict, a nonbinary youth who identified with they/them pronouns, in February 2024.

GFCAB Speaker Series delves into Sustainable Groundwater Management Act: Insights from Deputy Director Paul Gosselin

March 4, 2024 / By

The Grimm Family Center for Agricultural Business (GFCAB) has started its Speaker Series at CSUB throughout the spring semester.

California officials urge voters to prepare for Presidential Primary Election on March 5, 2024

February 29, 2024 / By
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California Attorney General Rob Bonta and Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber want all Californians to know their rights and legal protections as voters as they fulfill their civic duty.

The United Liberation Front hosts movie night despite KCSO attempt to cancel

January 31, 2024 / By
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The United Liberation Front (ULF) released a statement regarding the attempt Kern County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) made to stop ULF’s latest movie showing of “Gueto 2009,” a Spanish film depicting a Palestinian story, on January 26.

KCAS and the city of Bakersfield fight high rates of pet euthanasia

January 16, 2024 / By
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Every two weeks Kern County Animal Services (KCAS) hosts a volunteer-led event named Streets of Bakersfield where shelter pets can be taken out of their kennels and see parts of the town. 

A call for Kern high schools to register for national poetry contest

December 21, 2023 / By
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Registration is now open through January for Kern County high schools who are interested in participating in the Poetry Out Loud (POL) event and competition.