illustration by Luc Stringer

Hackers target major video-conferencing platforms, Zoom

With video-conferencing platform Zoom’s rise to prominence in a world of distancing comes numerous security issues. In the past few weeks, more than 500,000 hacked Zoom accounts have surfaced on the dark web, according to cyber-security organization Cyble. Cyble told news organization Bleeping Computer that they found 530,000 Zoom accounts on the dark web selling […]

Illustration by Luc Stringer | Banner | Students in a variety of majors use their computers and cell phones to accomplish their studies and works.

Technology enhances learning

At this point in American culture, one cannot seem to go a day without interacting with some form of technology. Whether it be a cellphone, a laptop or a projector in a classroom, students constantly find themselves in the presence of technology. According to the Pew Research Center in February 2019, 81 percent of Americans […]

Luc Stringer | Banner | Aaron Kooistra, freshman engineering major, throws out and ability in " League of Legends" on his computer

eSports viewership surpasses the Super Bowl

“League of Legends,” a massive electronic sports (eSports) competition in video gaming, surpassed the Super Bowl’s viewership numbers in 2019, ushering in a new generation of competition. According to numbers released by Riot Games, the company behind the game, the 2019 “League of Legends” World Championship Finals clocked in at more than 100 million unique […]

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DuckDuckGo offers search alternative

Students regularly post personal information on their social media accounts that organizations collect and sell, but new search engines such as DuckDuckGo, launched in 2008, could protect users from data mining. Privacy is becoming a hot topic among students as more internet users are being made aware of how data collectors use their information. The […]

Photo illustration by Kelsi Stevens| Banner | IdeaLaunchPad club helps students establish good business leadership and relationship through their events.

The IdeaLaunchPad club explores business successes

For most college students, finding a secure job after graduation is a clear and formulated goal. After all, with stress, debt and deadlines often looming after commencement, a 9-to- 5 job sounds like a dramatic reduction from the worries of college life. That is not precisely the vision of Nolan Gouveia. After working in the […]

Courtesy of the CBU Society of Automotive Engineers | Tyler Carlisle, junior mechanical engineering major, represents California Baptist University in the Lancer 3 racecar at the SoCal Shootout on October 12, 2019.

CBU- built race car competes in local drive

Tires sat melting on the hot pavement of the Adams Raceway in October, drivers sitting in anticipation for the green start signal. Schools throughout California entered their formula race cars to compete, many with thousands of hours logged into their car. California Baptist University’s formula Society of Auto- motive Engineers — like many other student […]