Current State Drought Raises Concern with “Ethics of Water” Panel Discussion
California’s current drought raises many questions and concerns for citizens throughout the state. How does the drought impact commodity prices and choices about what should be grown? How do these choices affect the welfare of future generations? What are the ethical and social justice implications of how we weigh the future value of these choices?
CSUB Music and Theatre Department to Host Violin Master Class
The California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) Music & Theatre Department will present a violin master class on Friday, October 21 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Music Building, Room 127. The concert will feature violinist, Kowoon Yang, a prizewinner of the Max Rostal, Lipizer, Paganini and Tibor Varga International Violin Competitions. Yang was born in Seoul, Korea, and is one of the country’s leading violinists and received the Unpa Music Award for her contributions to their music community.
'Breaking Bad' Star Comes to CSUB to Celebrate Disability Awareness Month
Co-Star of AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” RJ Mitte, is coming to California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) in celebration of Disability Awareness Month, presented by CSUB’s Division of Student Affairs, on Monday, October 24 in the Dore´ Theatre at 6 p.m.