Photo of an empty vaccination site inside the gym of California State University of Bakersfield

How Far is Too Far to Travel for the COVID-19 Vaccine?

The vaccination site at CSUB is open to everyone — but the focus should, instead, be on vaccine hesitancy in the community.

Healthcare workers and volunteers administer vaccines at the drive through distribution site at The Forum

Vaccinations in California Become More Accessible

Starting April 15, people aged 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  This means more shots in arms, and less sick people.

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Finally, Ethnic Studies is in the California Curriculum

California has finally added the option of having ethnic studies incorporated into their curriculum, after years of asking for it.

Golden State Stimulus Issued Alongside Federal Stimulus Package

The state of California has passed its own stimulus package, the Golden State Stimulus, to coincide with the upcoming federal stimulus package.

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Is the Supreme Court Following Health Protocol or Politics?

The Supreme Court made the decision to lift California’s restrictions on worship places, but their intentions were not in the right place.

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Gov. Newsom Issues Another Stay-At-Home Order, But Will He Follow?

A new stay-at-home order is issued in California, but is undermined by Gov. Newsom’s recent bad example at following orders himself.

A Breakdown of California’s Propositions

There will be 12 California propositions on your ballot for the election on Nov. 3, 2020. Here is a breakdown of each prop with pros and cons.

California’s wildfires and the controversy engulfing them

California’s elevated fire activity, and the states response to the devastation, have been engulfed by political controversy.