Luc Stringer | Banner | Many people own multiple protective masks, some more colorful than others.

Face masks become popular fashion pieces

Since before the start of COVID-19, masks have been a symbol of protection and safety. However, novel coronavirus brought a shift in the mask mentality. Now an everyday item, masks have become similar to wearing pants – it would be strange to leave the house without them. Brands like Old Navy, Tory Burch, Saks Fifth […]

Robert Jordan | Banner | People with a compromise immune system have to take extra precaution during COVID-19.

Life in quarantine with a compromised immune system

The COVID-19 pandemic affects populations and segments of people all around the world, but the most affected group are those who are at least 65 years old. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, individuals at higher risk are those in the following groups: older adults, people with asthma, the immunocompromised, groups at […]

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Weekly Newsbrief: COVID-19 update, Tax deadline

Weekly COVID-19 Update: The confirmed number of COVID-19 cases in the United States reached 477,161 on April 10. Cases confirmed in California reached 1,352, with 552 deaths. California is expected to reach its peak hospital usage and daily deaths April 26, according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. The Centers for Disease Control […]

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CBU’s First Year Experience partners with College of Nursing

California Baptist University’s First Year Experience program has teamed up with the Interprofessional Education Learning Resource Center at the College of Nursing to train FYE leaders using simulation experiences. The Fall 2020 FYE team is made up of 82 student leaders and 8 interns. The FYE administrators, assisted by staff members at the College of […]

Michael Bailey, senior business administration major, Mackenzie White, junior history major, and Becca Meyer, senior graphic design major, perform at the Community Life event, Open Mic Night.

Students perform at Open Mic Night

California Baptist University students gathered Feb. 27 to watch Open Mic Night hosted by Community Life in Lancer Plaza.  The event featured students performing spoken word and singing covers or originals in groups, duos or solo.  Jules Meeter, junior psychology major and Community Life activities intern, was one of two masters of ceremonies for the […]