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Making Moments for Mental Well-Being: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by Naomi Joy Bautista. Naomi is a student majoring in History and is planning on transferring to a 4-year university after Bakersfield College. Before getting a Bachelor’s degree, she plans on gaining experience teaching English as a foreign language. In her spare time, she likes to play rhythm games, learn newContinue reading “Making Moments for Mental Well-Being: A Student Perspective”

Test Anxiety: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by communication intern Britney Rodriguez. Britney Rodriguez is currently undecided in what major she wants to pursue. She sees it as a learning opportunity to discover more about the pathways available at Bakersfield College. During her free time she likes to play games, watch anime, and spend time with family. Britney’s dreamContinue reading “Test Anxiety: A Student Perspective”

Inspired by the Future: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by communication intern Jacqueline Sevieux. Jacqueline Sevieux is a Communication major interested in Public and Motivational speaking. She will graduate from Bakersfield College and transfer to CSUB, where she will continue her education in Communications. She loves to express her creative side by writing, painting, and creating digital art. The 2020sContinue reading “Inspired by the Future: A Student Perspective”

Inspired by the Women in My Life: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by Carlos Enrique Moreno Yanes. Carlos is a student here on campus working towards a Computer Science Associate in Science for Transfer degree. His goal is to become a software developer and work for a big tech company. In his free time, he loves to run, play pickleball, and read books.Continue reading “Inspired by the Women in My Life: A Student Perspective”

A Student’s Perspective on Procrastinating

This piece was written by communication intern Britney Rodriguez. Britney Rodriguez is currently undecided in what major she wants to pursue. She sees it as a learning opportunity to discover more about the pathways available at Bakersfield College. During her free time she likes to play games, watch anime, and spend time with family. Britney’s dreamContinue reading “A Student’s Perspective on Procrastinating”

What Keeps Me Motivated: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by Ulyses Ramos. Ulyses Ramos is majoring in film and photography. He is planning on going to a 4-year university after finishing at Bakersfield College. His hobbies are reading, playing with his dogs, and video games.   Where to start, that’s what I think to myself at the start of every week.Continue reading “What Keeps Me Motivated: A Student Perspective”

Understanding Stresses: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by communication intern Angel Garcia. Angel Garcia will graduate from BC and transfer out to a 4-year university where he will continue his education and get a Masters in Sociology. His goal for the future is to work along side social services to be a resource for children and families whoContinue reading “Understanding Stresses: A Student Perspective”

The Power of Music: The Mental Health Effect

This piece was written by communication intern Angel Garcia. Angel Garcia will graduate from BC and transfer out to a 4-year university where he will continue his education and get a Masters in Sociology. His goal for the future is to work along side social services to be a resource for children and families whoContinue reading “The Power of Music: The Mental Health Effect”

Easier Said Than Done: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by communication intern Britney Rodriguez. Britney Rodriguez is currently undecided in what major she wants to pursue. She sees it as a learning opportunity to discover more about the pathways available at Bakersfield College. During her free time she likes to play games, watch anime, and spend time with family. Britney’s dreamContinue reading “Easier Said Than Done: A Student Perspective”

What Inspires Me to Keep Going: A Student Perspective

This piece was written by Caroline Contreras.  Caroline is a student here on campus working to earn her Bachelor’s in Computer Science.  Her goal is to one day become a competent back-end developer working on exciting projects.  In her free time, she enjoys playing the piano, playing lots of Indie video games, and watching tech videos.Continue reading “What Inspires Me to Keep Going: A Student Perspective”