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.
By Mariah Gonzalez Vega
The students of McFarland High School Early College should have more opportunities for video game development. There aren’t enough classes that teach students about future careers that they would want to pursue, video game development being one of them.
Over the last few years cities everywhere have been affected by the dwindling amounts of teachers willing to work in public education, also known as a national teacher turnover.
By: Alejandro Gonzalez
While McFarland High School (MHS) offers many opportunities with their Bakersfield College courses, they also removed classes that give students equal opportunities such as a physics class.
By Iris Sigala
It’s been almost four years since the COVID-19 pandemic started in March 2020, but it is still affecting student’s education to this day.
By Dulce Valenzuela
In the U.S., there is a nationwide emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education.