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Combating The California Housing Crisis

In the 1980s, it was predominantly low-income, middle-aged adults struggling to find a place to settle down. Almost 40 years later, it is now college graduates.  Many have high-paying jobs after college but are unable to find an affordable place to live in a state with the world’s fifth-largest economy. Experts attribute this to the […]

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Expensive phones lose their popularity

Cellphones are used for little and big tasks, from sending a simple text to holding all of someone’s valuable information. Technology today can impact a person’s entire life. With mobile phone prices on the rise, people are starting to re-think whether a new smartphone is truly worth spending more than $1,000. A lot goes into […]

Regan Lee | Banner | Skylar Holder, senior health science major, immortalizes Disneyland's newest attraction the Millennium Falcon Ride in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge met with low turnout

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, better known as Batuu, has been open at California’s  Disneyland since May 31. With attendance much lower than expected, it feels as if some frequent park goers may not find Batuu appealing. The latest addition to the popular theme park has not been popular for a number of reasons, which makes […]

Hayden Schuljak | Banner | Construction is underway for Couch's Corner, CBU's newest dining location; scheduled to open mid fall 2019 semester.

New Dining Options Expected in Lancer Plaza

The start of a new fall semester at California Baptist University brings many changes, including a brand new main entrance to campus and parking garage on Adams Street.  All of the new and planned construction  raises the question of whether students will be able to see the changes on campus extend to dining options. Dr. […]

Kengkue Her | Banner A newly acquired CBU Piper Arrow sits on the flight line ready for flight.

CBU’s aircraft provide superior safety, technology

The Department of Aviation Science at California Baptist University purchased new planes from Piper Aircraft to help students learn more advanced aircraft systems and cut down on logistical costs.  The new fleet, consisting primarily of Piper Archer aircraft, offers a new computer system that increases situational awareness and makes it easier to maintain than the […]

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Apple brings new products to the table for fan base

Apple continues to innovate by coming out with new products. Their latest creations, AirPods 2 and the Apple Card, leave some questioning if the upgrades are worth the investment or just another soon-to-be forgotten trend. AirPods are currently one of Apple’s best-selling accessories. The original wireless AirPods attracted customers, but the improvements made to the […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner Steven Garcia, freshman civil engineering major, enjoys a study break with his friends while eating lamb curry at Indian Curry Hut in Riverside, Calif.

Indian food excites students

Indian food is exotic, intriguing and consists of a wide range of spices. While it may intimidate some people because of its unfamiliarity, taking the opportunity to try new foods will allow one’s taste buds to thrive and grow in experience.   The Indian Curry Hut in downtown Riverside offers a variety of flavors and […]

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Binaural beats help with stress

Between classes, work, sports, homework and other time-consuming commitments, the life of a college student can become overwhelming.  Students often forget how important it is to rest and relax. Binaural beats, auditory tones played at different frequencies, may be the solution for some students’ stress and anxiety. Binaural beats can significantly help a student relax, […]