Kelsie Stevens | The Banner Marc Weniger, associate professor in the school of business, discusses the possibilities of have a double major in business.

School of Business welcomes students to new academic year

Excitement filled the air as business students from California Baptist University filled the auditorium at the Robert K. Jabs School of Business for the Welcome Back bash held Sept. 10. Booths from each concentration lined the walls as each department advertised their specialization. Dr. Andrea Scott, dean of the School of Business, opened the night […]

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Doctorate of Psychology offered in fall

California Baptist University is offering a doctorate in clinical psychology, attracting graduate students from all over Southern California. Dr. Jacqueline Gustafson, dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, said the fundamental goal of the new program is to prepare students for careers as clinical psychologists primarily within the state of California, emphasizing Christian […]

Cinematography tackles theology

“Can we really trust the Bible?” This is a question many  newcomers to Christ and skeptics ask. While the New Testament is a fundamental guideline for the Christian faith, some of the authorships of the books  are questioned. So, can we trust the reliability of the Bible? Dr. Craig Evans, biblical studies professor at Houston […]

Counseling Center holds open house

More than 75 percent of people struggling with mental illnesses the onset of the mental illness occurs between the ages of 18-24, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Because of this, California Baptist University’s Counseling Center is holding a mental health awareness open house event called “The Journey,” April 10-11, running from 10 […]

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Counseling Center moves into new space to better offer healing, refuge

Five added rooms will be available to give students safe space. The Counseling Center at California Baptist University moved locations Feb. 26 to a new building off of Monroe street, behind CBU’s baseball field and the Health Science campus. The reason for the move was to expand beyond the nine rooms they previously had. The […]