Pakistian ambassador speaks on U.S. international relations

Ambassador Cameron Munter, American diplomat and career foreign service officer, spoke Feb. 6 at Riverside’s Mission Inn about perceptions of mistrust between the U.S. and Pakistan. When Munter’s former high school history teacher introduced him, he said the ambassador “was the poster boy to critical thinking. He knew to question everything.” Munter carried his critical-thinking […]

Following through with one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions

Losing weight is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions and it will not happen overnight. The secret is that there are no secrets. The key elements to weight loss are managing what you eat, staying hydrated and exercising, said Dr. Nicole MacDonald, associate professor of kinesiology and program director of the Athletic Training […]

Evolving social networks allow students to explore new mediums to stay connected

In the past few years, there has been a transition between frequently used social networking sites, including Facebook, Myspace, Twitter and Instagram. From 2005 to 2009, Myspace was a big hit, but many deleted, or stopped using, their Myspace accounts when Facebook became the new trend. Madison C. Boyd, freshman psychology and sociology double major, […]

Apple impresses with iWorld

MacWorld 2013, held Jan. 31 – Feb. 2 in San Francisco, Calif., featured promising new technology for Apple fanatics. The Moscone Center West’s Expo Hall had over 250 exhibition booths with an estimated 25,000 attendees. Winning the Best of Show awards this year were the: Belkin Thunderstorm, Blue Nessie, iStopMotion2, Double Robotics Double, Fujitsu ScanSnap […]

Winnie the Pooh’s favorite condiment can be used as everyone’s preferred sweetener

Honey is known to be a natural sweetener and warrior against bacteria. Most prefer the natural taste of honey rather than artifical sweeteners. Melody M. Henderson, senior health education major, said honey fights bacteria, has antioxidants and is good for a sore throat. “It’s just sort of a better option, in my opinion,” Henderson said, […]

Packing party yields over 180 Christmas shoeboxes

The Operation Christmas Child packing party, the first ever to take place on the California Baptist University campus, was a huge success Nov. 15, said Julie Dobbins, assistant director of Chapel and Compassion Ministries. Over 100 participants packed 185 boxes, not including the boxes that were packed individually. The packing party was organized into stations. Each student picked up a box, migrated to the tables with the supplies to pack […]