New T-cell therapy research released

New cancer research by Cardiff University in the United Kingdom was released in January showing promising results in T-cell cancer therapy research. T-cell therapy removes and modifies existing cells, programming them to seek and destroy cancer cells when reintroduced into a patient’s bloodstream. The new process is currently only approved to treat lymphoma and acute […]

Misty Severi | Banner | A statue of Martin Luther King Jr. stands in downtown Riverside in honor of Luther's legacy and famous "I have a dream" speech.

Community Life hosts MLK Jr. Day celebration

California Baptist University’s Community Life held its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Tribute on Jan. 21 in the Community Life lounge to celebrate MLK’s achievements throughout his lifetime. The tribute featured a collection of photos of MLK with his family, friends and fellow leaders. Community Life also set up excerpts from his many speeches, […]

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Teen activist sets example for students in her advocacy

Greta Thunberg, 16, is a climate activist from Stockholm challenging the world’s most powerful leaders to enact environmental policy change. Thunberg, currently nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, started her activism journey in August 2018 by taking every Friday off from school to hold strikes in front of Riksdag, the Swedish parliament building in Stockholm. […]

Courtesy of the Prado Family Orlando Prado, sophomore pre-mechanical engineering major, enjoyed playing soccer and coached in a youth program.

CBU community mourns loss of student

California Baptist University student Orlando Prado died Friday, Nov. 8, at the age of 20, and is fondly remembered by his family, friends and the campus community. Prado, sophomore pre-mechanical engineering major, was described by those close to him as someone who continually showed kindness and cared for everyone around him. He is remembered for […]

Kelsie Stevens | Banner | A speech student from the Clinical Education Center, races through the web course made by Communications and Disorders club.

Clinical Education Center hosts annual Halloween event

The Clinical Education Center hosted its annual Halloween event Oct. 30 at California Baptist University’s Health Science Campus to help speech therapy patients engage their fine and gross motor skills through fun activities. The CEC invites all of its patients and their families to take part in Halloween-themed events. Kids can trick or treat for […]

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National Parks welcome Electric Bikes

National Parks Services (NPS) announced on August 30 that President Donald J. Trump has issued an executive order allowing electric bikes in National Parks. According to the press release from NPS, “This new policy will enable visitors to use e-bikes, low-speed electric bicycles with power assistance, allowing them on park roads, paved or hardened trails, […]