What does my vote mean?

This year, Nov. 2 marks the day where Americans can exercise their right to vote. To help clarify confusion and uncertainty when deciding how to vote on some of the propositions, here are some facts about the three important propositions on the ballot from the Official Voter Guide as prepared by Debra Bowen, the secretary […]

Russian Orphanage Blood Drive

California Baptist University students helped save lives by donating blood to the Blood for Missions nonprofit organization, in the Staples Room on Oct. 5, 2010. The blood donations will benefit patients at University of Southern California and USC Norris Cancer Hospital. They will also fund $20 per blood donor, which will support SunErgos International’s orphanages […]

Student Journalists Awarded

California Baptist University’s Journalism Program students won big this past weekend, not only in awards, but in the spiritual growth of their chosen profession. Baptist schools from around the country came together October 8-10 for the 2010 Excellence in Journalism Collegiate Journalism Conference in Nashville, Tennessee to experience the full spectrum of modern Christian journalism […]

Local Labor Union protests at CBU

Carpenters Local 944, a labor union based in Ontario, Calif., set up a protest outside the Magnolia Ave. entrance of California Baptist University this morning. The labor union is protesting the school for using Fullmer Construction, which they claim does not meet local area labor standards regarding health benefits and pension. CBU hired Fullmer Construction […]

Donors honored at Brisco’s Dedication

President Ronald Ellis and other members of California Baptist University administration gathered at the entrance of Brisco’s to take part in a dedication ceremony of Brisco’s Village cafe on Sept. 30. The private reception began at 2 p.m., held in honor of the donors and their respective families at the site of the new eating […]

Curtain opens for Fall season

The California Baptist University theater program will set its sights on original production and classic Broadway with two fall productions “Almost, Maine” and “Man of La Mancha.” “Almost, Maine” is a comedic love story about a series of couples who fall in and out of love. It is set in Almost, Maine, during a northern […]

New plans for parking

Parking at California Baptist University has changed this year due to an increase in enrollment. “The present situation includes both temporary and permanent locations. I would stress however that much of what has been created is temporary,” Mark Wyatt, vice president of marketing and communication, said. With quite an influx of new students coming into […]

CBU Welcomes The Class of 2014

California Baptist University staff and faculty welcomed close to one hundred incoming students and their families Aug. 6 to the pre-orientation event, Step Ahead. Step Ahead is a day long event where students can register for classes, attend various info sessions and tour the campus before coming to orientation. They also get a free meal […]

Riverside lights up for Christmas

The day after Thanksgiving is often spent shopping at insane hours and fighting crowds. A calmer way in which people bring in the Christmas season is by attending the Festival of Lights. As of 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 26, the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa in Riverside, Calif. started celebrating by turning on approximately […]