Renegade Rip, issue 2, Sept. 21, 2022

Bakersfield College campus news

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Opinions<br />

The <strong>Renegade</strong> <strong>Rip</strong> www.therip.com<br />

Wednesday, <strong>Sept</strong>. <strong>21</strong>, <strong>2022</strong><br />

“Me Time”<br />

inconsistent<br />

but entertaining<br />

By Blake Burton<br />

Reporter<br />

One of Netflix’s new films “Me time” represents the dedicated life of<br />

single<br />

dads. From brushing his daughter’s hair to going to PTA meetings and<br />

being the<br />

president, father Sonny Fisher ( Kevin Hart) is the number one parent<br />

in everything school related.<br />

The mother, Maya Fisher (Regina Hall) is the hard-working breadwinner<br />

of the family. She’s focuses a little too much time on her work than<br />

her children but wants to change that.<br />

During a weekend away with the kids, Sonny has a wild and crazy<br />

time with his best best bud, the sort of, kind of crazy best friend of Sonny,<br />

Huck (Mark Wahlberg). He puts a twist on the whole story with his<br />

birthday party.<br />

In the beginning scene of the movie, it is Huck and Sonny jumping<br />

from an airplane into a mountain area, driving home the point that<br />

Huck is a person that loves to have fun in crazy ways.<br />

While the movie has<br />

high and low points, it is<br />

overall an enjoyable flick.<br />

It had its ups and downs,<br />

but overall, it was an entertaining<br />

movie.<br />

<strong>Renegade</strong> Events<br />

Campus Events<br />

<strong>Sept</strong>. 28 & Oct. 5: Panorama Music Summit,<br />

Edward Simonsen Indoor Theater, 7 p.m.<br />

<strong>Sept</strong>. 30: Manufacturing Day, Bakersfield<br />

College Outdoor Theater, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m<br />

Oct. 2: Distinguished Speaker, Rev. James<br />

Lawson, <strong>Renegade</strong> Ballroom Campus Center,<br />

1 p.m.<br />

Oct. 5 -15: Kern Shakespeare Festival featuring<br />

performances of “Romeo and Juliet”<br />

and “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” Edward Simonsen’s<br />

Outdoor Theater<br />

Oct. 11: Bad Deal for America: A Conversation<br />

with Dr. David Schein, Levan Center, 6<br />

- 7:30 p.m.<br />

Through Oct. 13: “Eden,” a solo exhbition<br />

of Fresno-based artist Aduia Yvonne Dixon,<br />

Jones Fines Gallery (located in the BC Library),<br />

Monday - Thursdays, 2 - 5 p.m.<br />

Oct. 15: Inaugural <strong>Renegade</strong> Promenade:<br />

Alumni, Family, & Friends Day at BC! Admission<br />

is FREE! Panorama Campus, 11 a.m. - 4<br />

p.m.<br />

Oct. 28: Fall Choir Concert, “Be the Water,”<br />

Edward Simonsen Indoor Theater, 7:30 p.m.<br />

Nov. 7: Jazz Ensemble, Big Band Favorites,<br />

Edward Simonsen Indoor Theatre, 7:30 p.m.<br />

Nov. 15: Distinguished Speaker Mark Rabbitt,<br />

<strong>Renegade</strong> Ballroom, 3rd floor, Campus<br />

Center, Panorama Campus, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.<br />

Nov. 17-19: “Celestials: The Chiness Question.”<br />

a play directed by Professor Kimberly<br />

Chin, Edward Simonsen Indoor Theatre<br />

Nov. 29: BC Concert Band, Classical, Contemporary<br />

and Holiday Favorites, Edward Simonsen<br />

Indoor Theatre, 7 p.m.<br />

Nov. 30: BC/CSUB Orchestra, Classic and<br />

Contemporary String Music, Edward Simonsen<br />

Indoor Theatre, 7:30 p.m.<br />


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