Phillip Ndowu | Banner | Ian Lamboy senior Business Admin is helping move in the 2019 freshman's

Campus Begins New Housing Project

Residence Life and Housing Services has several projects currently underway to adapt to the population increase as student enrollment at California Baptist University continues to increase each year. The most recent housing project scheduled to be added to CBU is a new housing complex called Magnolia Crossing, which will be located on Magnolia Avenue, west […]

Sage Zbinden | Banner Lucas Mitose, junior healthcare administration major and Jonah Mackin, Graduate assistant for the Spiritual Life office, both are extremely excited to pack Children Hunger Fund Boxes.

Campus fundraiser feeds families

Students filled Stamps Courtyard April 2 at California Baptist University to help pack boxes for the Children’s Hunger Fund for the third year in a row. Similar to Operation Christmas Child events, students came together to pack boxes for families in need. This time, however, the boxes were full of nonperishable food items. The Children’s […]

Kelsie Stevens | Banner | Members of the Gold Star Wives of America, an organization for widows whose spouse dies while serving in the Armed Forces, pose in front of the Veterans Memorial, now adorned with the wreaths representing the Medal of Honor recipients.

Riverside remembers Medal of Honor recipients

Officials of Riverside National Cemetery held a ceremony March 2 for National Medal of Honor Day, which was held to remember the five Medal of Honor recipients buried at the cemetery. In 1990, Congress passed a resolution that declared March 25 National Medal of Honor Day to honor those who went above and beyond the […]

Courtesy of Chloe Trevor | Chloe Trevor, a world-renowned violinist, displays her passion for music and the violin as she performs a musical piece.

Violinist performs with CBU

World-renowned violinist Chloe Trevor is joined California Baptist University’s Symphony Orchestra March 8 for its third concert of the classics series. The concert was divided into three parts. The first part was “Suppé’s Poet and Peasant Overture,” composed by Franz Von Suppe and conducted by CBU graduate student Flora Xing. During the second part, Trevor […]

Photo Illustration by Austin Romito | Banner | Eating disorders come in various types and affect many people from different backgrounds, body types, genders, sexual- ities and other demographics. They are often hidden from the world by the person suffering from the disorder.

Center highlights eating disorders

Mental illnesses most commonly surface during adolescence and young adulthood. Among these illnesses are eating disorders. In order to raise awareness of eating disorders, California Baptist University’s Counseling Center is participating in National Eating Disorder Aware- ness Week, Feb. 25 — March 3. While the Counseling Center is not holding a speciic event to raise […]

Reagan Lee | Banner | Ashwin Sharma, first year medical student at the University of California, Riverside, conducts the Point in Time survery with Tanya, 52, who has been homeless for 4 years.

Locals help count Riverside’s homeless

Hundreds of volunteers woke up before the sun Jan. 29 with one goal in mind, to help Riverside county’s homeless population as part of the annual Point-in-Time count. Armed with phones and electronic devices, volunteers scoured the county and met their neighbors without homes. A total of 747 volunteers were split into separate groups that […]