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 […]

Robert Jordan | Banner | William “Rusty” Bailey, Riverside city mayor, gives the state of the city address at the Riverside Convention Center on Jan. 24.

Mayor gives State of the City address

“Elevate Riverside” flashed across the screens Jan. 24 at the Riverside Convention Center The ballroom was packed with guests as they awaited Mayor William “Rusty” Bailey’s seventh annual State of the City Address. “In politics, you introduce fear to win, but in leadership you remove fear to succeed,” Bailey said in his opening speech. “In […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Danielle Strickland, author and advocate against human trafficking, delivered an impactful message at the first Campus Nite of the spring semester.

Campus Nite speakers raise student awareness of global justice issues

More than 100 students filled the Van Dyne Gymnasium Jan. 17 at California Baptist University for a night of worship and community. Campus Nite, an event that occurs twice a semester, is a collaboration between the offices of Spiritual Life and Community Life that brings together students. Previous guests include Bob Go , Lecrae and […]

Kristen Vargas | Kristyn and Keith Getty with the Band of Northern Ireland/Nashville, TN share their culture and praise God while they perform.

Modern hymn writers bring folk and world music to chapel service

A majority of Christians know the song “In Christ Alone,” a modern hymn that tells the story of Christ. But what is not as commonly known are the writers and original singers behind the world-famous song, Kristyn and Keith Getty, who came to California Baptist University Oct. 25 to lead the congregation during Chapel, joined […]

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Students and staff remember late Richard Davis

The California Baptist University community su ered a loss over winter break with the death of Richard Davis, a CBU Information Technology Services analyst, who was killed Dec. 22 when a pickup truck collided with his SUV. Davis was driving just north of Tucson, Ariz., when a pickup truck crossed a median and collid- ed […]

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Partial government shutdown becomes longest in U.S. history

The partial U.S. government shutdown, which began Dec. 22, was the longest in the nation’s history. The federal offices affected were reopened Jan. 25 when President Donald J. Trump signed a continuing resolution that reopens agencies through Feb. 15. Stretching more than five weeks, the shutdown began after the Republican and Democratic parties failed to […]

Kengkue Her | Banner | Dr. Moon conducts the song “Valse Des Fleurs” with the California Baptist University orchestra during a practice session.

Harmony Project gets new director

Riverside Arts Academy recently hired a new program director from within the California Baptist University community as director of its program. ​Dr. Gene Moon, director of orchestra studies, was chosen as the new director of the RAA including the Harmony Project to bring muisc back to the youth education. The Riverside Arts Academy is an […]