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Theater program pushes spring musical to fall semester

Many events at California Baptist University have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including the planned CBU theater production of “Beauty and the Beast.” Currently, students and faculty involved in the production plan to postpone the spring production, originally slated for March, until October when students are back for the fall semester. The original dates […]

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Community Life moves events online amid Coronavirus

With the many changes that novel coronavirus has brought to California Baptist University, many students now at home fear they will miss out on opportunities to be involved in on-campus events. However, beloved events from Spiritual Life and Community Life are still available to students with the help of technology and social media. Krisitin Holderman, […]

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Crime shows see increase on streaming platforms

Netflix released its latest addition to the growing genre of true crime documentaries, which are rising in popularity. “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez,” released Jan. 15, takes a look at the infamous case of a football star-turnedconvict, which happened back in 2011. As soon as this documentary reached users of the streaming service, […]

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RTA outperforms transportation standards

With gas prices on the rise and the cost of transportation constantly increasing, many individuals — including students — are choosing public transit for affordable transportation. The Riverside Transit Agency, a popular form of public transportation that has been providing transportation to the Inland Empire since 1975, received extremely positive feedback from the Federal Transit […]