‘Songs for a New World’ evokes praise

By Sarah Carol-Hughes | Assistant Business & Tech Editor California Baptist University’s fall musical “Songs for a New World,” with music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, gives relatable characters, a specific setting and an overarching plot to a piece of abstract musical theater. The setting is a house called “Safe Harbor,” a place where the […]

Inner-artists revealed through DIY decorating projects

By Raine Paul A&E Editor   California Baptist University students embraced their inner-artists, grabbing glue guns and scissors to decorate apartments with DIY projects. DIY projects pose a creative and budget-friendly way for individuals to personalize their living spaces. Amanda Wright, DIY blogger for Wit & Whistle, has embraced the trend with thousands of users […]

Batman throughout the years–students discuss their favorite portrayal of the hero

By James Hurlburt Staff Writer   Batman, a beloved American icon, has been depicted in drastically different lights over the years by very distinct actors. California Baptist University students discussed which portrayals of the caped crusader have left a lasting impression, and how they compare to the students’  image of the hero. “When I think […]