With winter break beginning, students can finally breathe after completing an entire semester of full distance learning.
Most students have not been inside a classroom for almost ten months, since stay-home orders were first initiated.
The Bakersfield College Academic Senate Board Meeting adopted Thursday The Racial Equity Commitment, a renewed commitment to equitable access and completion document outlined by Equal Opportunity and Diversity Advisory Committee.
College students are now halfway through their fall semester, and they continue with the online-learning format with a new twist.
This format was quite an adjustment for both teachers and students because the typical in-class discussion has been limited or omitted during digital learning.
Shannon Zimmerman has unofficially won the seat for the Bakersfield City School District’s Board of Trustees, Area5.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting communities across the nation, many people — especially young people — are experiencing increased mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression.
Although the number of voters casting their ballots is already on track to surpass the 2016 votes cast, there are still plenty of people who can not vote for a number of reasons; however, some Kern County residents who are unable to vote are making a difference in this election.