Director of applied theology releases book centered around persecution

Dr. Greg Cochran, director of applied theology and associate professor at California Baptist University, is releasing his new book on persecution, “Christians in the Crosshairs: Persecution in the Bible and Around the World Today.” The book is scheduled to be released the first week of October, published by Weaver Book Company. However, it is available […]

Global Village bridges gap between domestics, internationals

The Office of Residence Life’s Global Village is accepting applications from students who are interested in helping international students assimilate to California Baptist University and living in the United States. Global Village is described as a “living learning community” where domestic and international students live together and help each other grow closer to the lord. […]


Bombs blast Belgian capital, ISIS claims responsibility Explosions at an airport and subway station in Brussels, Belgium, caused 34 deaths and injured more than 200 March 22. The terrorist group known as ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack. Officials are still investigating the claim. Officials have confirmed three bombs entered the airport at around […]

Career Fair helps prep students for occupations

Students and alumni from California Baptist University filled the Recreation Center Feb. 24 for the Business, Engineering and Communication Studies Career Fair held by the Career Center. The fair boasted more than 110 employers from the Southern California area, offering part-time, full-time and internship positions. Mike Bishop, senior director of the Career Center, said he […]


First grader involved in hit-and-run accident in Riverside First grader DeAsha Butts of Highgrove sustained severe injuries Feb. 26 when she was crossing Iowa Avenue near Villa Street in Riverside and was struck by a truck in a hit-and-run. Butts suffered wounds to most of her body and was taken to Loma Linda University Medical […]