Alex Iannone | Banner | Chris Kanaan, junior mechanical engineering major, talks to potential employers during the Engineering Fair in the Dennis and Carol Troesh Engineering Building.

Engineering Fair gives opportunities

California Baptist University engineering students of all areas gathered Oct. 23 to meet with prospective employers at the annual Engineering Fair. Fifty companies lined the Dennis and Carol Troesh Engineering Building’s main hall with booths supplying information and representatives to speak with students. The Career Center hosted the Engineering Fair, encouraging students to dress professionally […]

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Talented film major at CBU creates successful Fingerprint magazine

Fingerprint magazine is an independent publication by Evan Tinker, junior film major, that first released in November 2018. Tinker said he enjoys making films, but he wanted another outlet to showcase his other passions he could not showcase in film. Tinker taught himself how to structure layout with the help of YouTube videos and spent […]

Camille Grochowski | Banner | Randi Wuflestad, junior journalism and new media major, finishes her homemade rub by cutting the excess string off the burlap and lace. The DIY project can be completed for $18 in two and half hours

Lifestyle Tries: Burlap, lace area rug

Ever wondered why rugs are so outrageously expensive? Your guess is as good as mine. But have no worries, Lifestyle Tries is here to show you how to make a simple and cost-effective rug that can transform any space and keep those wallets a little fuller. Supplies needed include a 40×59 inch nonskid rug pad, […]

Garret English, director of Academic Engagement, tells prospective study abroad students the importance of studying abroad during a presentation at the Study Abroad 101 meeting

Students study abroad from CBU

Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience, as students are given the opportunity to immerse themselves in other cultures while taking courses in a variety of countries. Before beginning the application process, students must attend a Study Abroad 101 information session, where they can hear from the director of Academic Engagement about study abroad options […]

Camille Grochowski | Banner | andi Wuflestad, junior journalism and new media major, begins to carefully hot-glue the finishing touches to her custom pillows that will decorate her dorm room

Lifestyle Tries: Trendy throw pillows

Looking for a creative way to decorate your dorm room without overspending on trendy pillows? Have no fear, Lifestyle Tries is back to replenish each and every student’s low cravings. Making handmade pillows is actually not as daunting of a task as it seems and it can be a fun way to personalize any space […]

Left to right: UP Men residents Thomas Chavez, sophomore exercise science major, Jamall Bradshaw, senior criminal justice major, and Josiah Franklin, junior business administration major, watch RA Dakota Whipple, junior behavioral science major, prepare pretzel toppings for a Residence Life event.

Being an RA extends experience, disciplines for character building

Being a resident adviser at California Baptist University comes with its fair share of responsibility, but some say the opportunity to build relationships and help others is a highly rewarding task. Resident advisers, or RAs, are devoted student-leaders who work with the Office of  Residence Life. As an RA, students are expected to lead by […]

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Instagram Acts As New ‘Business Card’ for Gaining Clients

With social media’s growing influence, business cards are no longer as essential as they used to be for new businesses. Many businesses people might never have heard of before can easily be found through Instagram searches or shared content. As a result of this more efficient alternative to business cards, some skip the creation of […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Jessiel Leander, sophomore graphic design major and leader for Alpine summer camp focuses on helping students down the rope course.

Students Teach and Grow at Summer Camps

Students at California Baptist University spent their summer in very different ways. Some students held internships, some traveled, some stayed home and then some packed up their bags for a long summer of mentoring children at Christian summer camps all over the country. Marissa Nunez, junior business administration major, worked at Camp Pondo in Running […]

Alex Lannone | Banner | Caleb Ali, mechanical engineering, freshman, and Joshua Ali Graphic design freshman , spin a wheel at 'The Office' fan club tent.

Club Fair attracts new members

This fall semester Club Fair at California Baptist University took place Sept. 13, and featured more than 50 new and existing clubs. Students were able to connect with clubs pertaining to their individual career aspirations, interests and passions. One new group at the annual club fair this year was the CBU Art Therapy and Wellness […]

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Lifestyle Reviews: Kylie Cosmetics Lip Kit

Kylie Jenner’s makeup brand launched November 2015 with the first set of lip kits and almost immediately sold out because of heavy anticipation for the brand’s release. The lip kits come in a variety of different colors and finishes with matte, metallic and velvet collections all having been released throughout the years. Each kit features […]