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Popular gaming site responds to educators using the platform

Over the past year and a half, many companies have been rethinking how to run and market their websites during the pandemic. As quarantine hit, many website and app-based companies have had an influx of users, and platforms have seen their users expanding use of their sites to stay in contact with each other and […]

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Costs push companies to move headquarters out of California

A lot of prominent businesses got their start in California, but over the past few years many businesses have decided that the cost of living and the rise of taxes and real estate prices are enough to make them move their headquarters out of California and to states with easier taxes and where they would […]

Facebook informs its users on how to get the COVID vaccine

Facebook’s COVID-19 Information Center promises to connect more people than ever with 2021’s coronavirus vaccine. This Information Center can be easily accessed on a mobile phone. Here, Facebook has partnered with Boston Children’s Hospital to provide information on vaccination centers such as location and opening hours. Facebook uses data from the  Centers for Disease  Control […]

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Spotify introduces HiFi, a new high-end subscription service

Spotify announced its new subscription offer during their Spotify Stream On event Feb. 22 that will allow Premium subscribers to upgrade to their new Spotify HiFi. Spotify HiFi will bring higher-quality sound to Spotify’s loyal customers. HiFi stands for high fidelity, a term used in the audio industry and by enthusiasts to mean high-quality sound, […]

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‘Zoom fatigue’ rises in the pandemic

Since March 2020, when COVID-19 first changed the way our world functioned, most meetings for both school and work have continued to meet virtually for a full year now. As staring at a screen becomes the way most individuals spend their weeks, it can begin to take a toll on them. There are negative consequences […]

Dr. Tim Gramling will be the new dean of the Dr. Robert K. Jabs School of Business starting April 1.

Jabs School of Business gets new dean

The Dr. Robert K. Jabs School of Business at California Baptist University has named Dr. Tim Gramling as its new dean starting April 1. Gramling said his love for higher education started more than 20 years ago when he began teaching as an adjunct professor. “I started my working life a little over 30 years […]

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DIY clay earring trend rises during summer 2020

Polymer clay earrings have been around for years, but it was not until recently that the pieces began to trend across social media. As people around the world sought out quarantine hobbies, clay earrings just so happened to be a top contender. Rachel Bolinger, sophomore international marketing major, was inspired to start creating homemade jewelry […]