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Pulitzer Prize-winning author gives interview at Point Loma University

Writing has many different meanings for those who pursue the passion. Some write for their audience, while others write for themselves. No matter the reason, writing can be a healing process. Author Alice Walker, best known for her 1983 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Color Purple,” spoke of that process Feb. 27 at the Writer’s Symposium […]

Elijah Hickman |Banner | The Dance Club provides a safe place for anyone to learn how to dance.

Dance Club establishes community

Many individuals, especially young adults, enjoy dancing for fun even if it is not in a professional or competitive setting. Dancing can be a relaxing outlet for stress, an effective learning experience or simply an enjoyable way to literally move within a community of others. California Baptist University’s Dance Club gives students the chance to […]

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‘Hamilton’ film heads to movie theaters

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the writer of the famous musical “Hamilton,” (2015) recently announced that his beloved musical representing the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton will become a movie in fall of 2021. Miranda wrote “Hamilton,” which won 11 Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize for drama, intending for it to be performed in front […]

Kengkue Her | Banner | Michelle Gust, sophomore mechanical engineering major, Kevin Springer, sophomore chemical engineering major, and Victor Becerra, sophomore electrical and computer engineering major, enjoy the Clippers vs Kings basketball game during the Community Life event.

Students attend LA Clippers game

At California Baptist University, there are endless opportunities for students to engage in sporting events, which this year included access to tickets to a Los Angeles Clipper’s game through Community Life. The Los Angeles Clippers went head-to-head with the Sacramento Kings on the basketball court Jan. 30. Community Life gave students the opportunity to witness […]

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Fall or the Spring semester: Which is better?

While spring and fall semester are quite similar, they can also be different in a variety of ways. In an Instagram poll that asked students which semester they like more, the outcome was quite even. Fifty-one percent of students prefer fall and 49 percent prefer spring. Greta Anderson, associate director of Undergraduate Admissions, said that […]

Austin Romito | Banner | Smoke fills the sky in Riverside because of fires in the surrounding area in August 2018. People hiked to the top of Mt. Rubidoux to get a view of the sunset during the fires.

Riverside views offer higher perspectives of life

In the chaotic life of a college student, it becomes easy to feel overwhelmed by assignments, occupations, extracurriculars and other responsibilities. Taking a step back — or a step up — and viewing life from a wider perspective is sometimes essential.  From a higher level, the little things that cause stress seem to fade away. […]

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Urban Excursion team serves at Ventura Youth Correctional Facility

Spiritual Life at California Baptist University creates local service projects for students to participate in each school year. These urban excursion trips are an opportunity for students to serve the Southern California region in various ways. An all-women’s team of students visited the female inmates at Ventura Youth Correctional Facility on Nov. 16 on an […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Jatzel Garcia, senior biology major, takes advantage of the Alumni Dining Commons new study time to prepare herself for upcoming classes.

University opens ADC for late-night study hall on weeknights

So many students, not enough space. Over the past few years, the population of students at California Baptist University has grown immensely. While this has led to great success for the university as a whole, it also brought the need for more study spaces. With few options, students have gotten creative in the past in […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Kaitlyn Mamora, from Loma Linda University, sings ‘Killing Me Softly’ at Daily Brew coffee shop during the open mic night.

Coffee, music inspire friendship

The sweet smell of coffee, the soothing sound of music, and the joyfulness of companionship. What more could one possibly ask for? Daily Brew coffee house in Riverside is a place where people can gather to celebrate community. On the first Wednesday of every month, this coffee shop hosts Waffle Night and Open Mic night, […]