Covid-19 has dramatically changed the classroom environment for many college students in graduate programs.
With the CSU system ordering all classes be online this Fall semester, many graduate programs require hands-on experience to gain knowledge of the field; however, with the pandemic still very present in Kern County, many students and professors have had to adapt to new ways of fulfilling program requirements and gaining the experience necessary to be successful.
As both Cal State Bakersfield and Bakersfield College move into their summer sessions and plan for the fall, students are preparing themselves for a different type of schooling.
Cal State Bakersfield, along with 20 other CSU campuses, is providing free immigration legal services to students and university employees, the California State University announced Thursday.
With winter break just weeks away, the food pantry at Bakersfield College and Cal State Bakersfield are preparing to close for winter break, but that doesn’t mean student hunger takes a break.
The CSUB Multicultural Alliance and Gender Equity Center is holding a professional clothing drive to help students dress for success.
Cal State Bakersfield’s campus historian Albert Camarillo will speak next month about voting rights and his role as an expert witness in the recent Luna V.
Just weeks before election day, the District 4 Kern County Supervisor candidates will participate in a student centered debate next month that will give voters a better idea of what their vision is for Kern County.
by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA and DIANA DELGADILLO/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD–His door is always open for anyone to stop by.