Christina Osborne -- Students attend rally in Sacramento to protest reduction of private school Cal Grants.

Students lobby in Sacramento to save Cal Grant

Students Christina Osborne and Shane Paulson joined hundreds of student activists in Sacramento on March 7 to protest the reduction of Cal Grants for private university students. The Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities lobbied the Assembly Budget Committee on Education and Finance with the Cal Grant Restoration Campaign in an attempt to stop […]

Clean up your plate

As California Baptist University continues to expand, the College of Allied Health added a program for the fall. Now students can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. The major incorporates practical information about healthy eating habits and disease prevention. Melissa Wigginton, assistant professor of health sciences, said, “There will be an […]

News briefs Mar. 30

COLLEGE REPUBLICANS CLUB ENDORSES REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES  College Republicans at University of California Riverside, along with several California Baptist University students, met Thursday March 15 to select which candidates they endorse as a club. Killarney’s Restaurant’s rear seating area was standing room only as candidates delivered their address in order to gain student votes. THE PULSE […]

News Briefs 2/29

FEE AMNESTY The City of Riverside has been participating in a fee amnesty program aimed at reducing economic hardship by extending total or partial fee or tax forgiveness. The fee amnesty program may reduce the cost of old library fines, delinquent parking tickets, property taxes, air quality permit applications, and court fines and fees for […]

The harvest is ripe at UCR

California Baptist University graduate Holly Gehrig works in full-time ministry with Christian Challenge at University of California at Riverside. Gehrig goes out to witness to students on UCR’s campus at least once a week. Usually with at least one other friend, Gehrig approaches girls who do not seem to be preoccupied. “When doing random evangelism, […]

News briefs Feb. 17

Seek Week Seek Week begins the week of Feb. 20. The Office of Spiritual Life invites students to attend chapel and enjoy this spring’s week devoted to hearing from God. Speech and Debate The speech and debate team took home 16 trophies at the Golden Cowboy tournament Feb. 10-12. Alexander Lamascus and Matthew Philips closed […]

Students learn entry-level options

Top businesses gave California Baptist University students a competitive edge last week during a three-day series about internships and job opportunities. The Career Center hosted three events, Jan. 24-26, in which juniors and seniors could participate in informational sessions with recruiters from the Target Distribution Center, Nordstrom and Enterprise Rent-a-car. Liz Jordan, assistant director at […]

Homecoming evolves in its’ 3rd year

Homecoming weekend Feb. 17-18 promises “pomp and circumstance” as the Office of Institutional Advancement promotes this year’s celebration of living God’s purpose through the theme “One World, One Mission,” Earl Harris, director of conferences and events, said. The international theme of “One World, One Mission” will honor the 15th anniversary of the International Service Projects […]