Paper books take spotlight back from e-books

Opening a book versus opening a program. Flipping a page versus scrolling up and down. The differences between books and e-books are well-known, but reading paper books can benefit readers more than e-books. Cody Eves, sophomore industrial and systems engineering major,  said he noticed the link between memory and reading print books. “You can memorize […]

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Media consumption affects how people speak

The types of to which music one listens and the movies  or shows one watches can affect people in ways they not expect. However, avoiding media with foul language may not be beneficial to those who do not wish to have that habit. Psychology has showed the profound effects media exposure has on behavior, especially […]

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Glasses lessen blue light exposure

Lenses filter blue light to help reduce strain on eyes If staring at blue light emitting computer and phone screens makes a student’s eyes feel strained, then blue light-blocking glasses may be the solution. These devices filter out a little over half of the blue light eyes would otherwise take in. In addition to preventing […]

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Use my camera in a museum? You bet!

LA museums encourage use of cameras, social media sites Instagram museums are starting to pop up across America, especially in Los Angeles, using art as a tool to increase likes and followers. These museums look at Instagrammers’ styles to create exhibits with trendy backdrops, colorful lighting and props. Jamie Counihan, freshman entrepreneurship major, visited an […]

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Is caffeine dependency real?

Caffeine is an essential element for many people of today’s culture. With chains such as Starbucks or The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf on street corners around the world, society’s coffee obsession is inescapable. However, this fixation poses an interesting question: Are people consuming caffeine at a rate, which is causing them to become addicted? […]

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Gelato offers healthy dessert alternative

I scream, you scream, we all scream for -— gelato? Though gelato may not be the most conventional or popular frozen treat, it is a much healthier alternative to ice cream. Local Inland Empire business Frost Gelato is marketing its product as just that — a tasty, colorful, health-conscious dessert. The business has been open […]

Michael Hansen | Banner | Po Lee, chef of Teriyaki Plus in Riverside, chops cauliflower florets and inspects them with a trained culinary eye before deep frying them for vegan sweet and sour chicken.

Anti-Dairy Fight Club is what?

The first rule of Anti-Dairy Fight Club: Talk about Anti-Dairy Fight Club. The head of the club and chef of Teriyaki Plus is Riverside resident Po Lee. Every Sunday, Lee serves an all-vegan menu and transforms her regular business, Teriyaki Plus, into the Anti-Dairy Fight Club. Anti-Dairy Fight Club started as a solution for a […]

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Does music affect my mood?

Music is known for conveying relatable emotions but it is also believed to have the ability to influence a listener’s mood or feelings. Whether it is a search for the perfect breakup song or blasting a motivational workout playlist, music is known for its reliability in every mood. Ramah Shirey, worship arts ministry and theater […]

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Universal Basic Income suggests possible solutions

Stockton, a city only six hours from Riverside, will soon be experimenting with universal basic income. UBI is a program designed to give a fixed amount of money to citizens regularly regardless of his or her involvement in the workforce, with no strings attached. Michael Tubbs, the mayor of Stockton, is planning to start a […]

Ariana Berkemeier | Banner | The SAE 3-wheeled car, on display on the first floor of the Engineering building at California Baptist University, is currently in the process of being rebuilt.

SAE club improves car for competition

The Society of Automotive Engineers club at California Baptist University is reconstructing its car after competing last June in Formula SAE. CBU’s SAE club finished 44th place in Formula SAE, the student automobile design competition. Seventy-two universities from across the United States and other countries competed. As the team continues to build the car, which […]