Austin Esquerra, junior mechanical engineering major, lifts Mikayla McAtee, senior interculural studies major, over his head at the swing dancing club.

Students enjoy swing dance and community

Since the beginning of time, humans have been dancing. From David worshiping the Lord to the Victorian era, ballroom dancing has been a large part of culture, history, life and expression. This historic theme continues within our current context with an unofficial swing dancing club on campus. The swing dancing club meets at 9:30 p.m. […]

Ceramics students can express themselves through working with clay. Kia Harlan

Students find inner artist through ceramics program

There is a common misconception among people: They wholeheartedly believe that they are not creative. This, of course, is inaccurate as what they are truly picking up on is their lack of skill to implement their creative aspirations. The ceramics program at California Baptist University can grant an individual those necessary skills while fulfilling a […]

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Is your music moral? An ethical consideration

Entertainment is riddled with controversy and ethical questions. From Cardi B’s “WAP” to Hillsong’s “Oceans,” there is a wide spectrum of content with a wider scope of messages. These content choices leave the modern consumer with the moral question: What should I consume? Dr. Greg Cochran, director of applied theology, speaks to this morally ambiguous […]

Claire Grimes | Banner | Photos printed on sheets hange around the room that houses the More Dreamers of the Golden Dream exhibit, telling the story of generations of African-American and Mexican-American families that moved to Eastside Riverside.

New art exhibit opens at RAM

The Riverside Art Museum (RAM), located in the historic Mission Inn district of downtown Riverside, is now showing a revival of the 2013 exhibit More Dreamers of the Golden Dream by Susan Straight and Douglas McCulloh. The exhibit will run  from Oct. 7 to Jan. 2. The exhibit was created by Straight, prolific author and […]

Courtesy of the Theater Program | Banner | "Silent Sky," CBU's first in-person play since the start of the pandemic, will be showing on Oct. 15 - 16, 21 - 23.

Theater puts on first in-person show since start of pandemic

“Silent Sky,” the theater program’s first in-person production since the pandemic shutdown, is a beautiful epic of scientific and relational discovery. Written in 2015 by Lauren Gunderson, a San Francisco playwright, the story follows Henrietta Leavitt and the women who work at the Harvard Observatory at the turn of the century. As these women chart […]