During Women’s History Month, the Kern Sol Staff took a moment to highlight some of the influential Women in their lives.
Op-Ed by: BC Professor, Paula L. Parks Ph.D
As seven African American students walked into a committee meeting at Bakersfield College, there were murmurs, frowns, and hostile stares.
As election day inches closer and closer, California voters will get their chance to voice who they want representing them in government at the local, state, and federal races.
Despite 70 percent of the San Joaquin Valley population being of a minority race, and 50 percent being female, many students in these groups feel their voices are limited in the classroom.
From an early age, many nicknames were used to describe me in my family. My nickname was Ivy, stink, and poison Ivy.
In June 2021, the California State University system announced that students, staff, and faculty would have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 if they wanted to return to campus; however, there are exemptions for those with medical and religious reasons.