Student-athletes find balance of faith and sport

Finding balance between faith and sports can be a difficult challenge for many, but California Baptist University athletes conquer it in a variety of ways. Ryan Williams, CBU alumnus and former Lancer baseball player, said he was able to successfully maintain his faith. Throughout Williams’ four years he said he kept God  his No. 1 […]

The Volleyball team is going where in the Spring?

The NCAA allows university sports teams to travel out of the country to play against international teams every four years. California Baptist University women’s volleyball has the opportunity to travel to Japan in May to do just that. “We plan to take the team and play against some competitive teams and hopefully have a chance […]

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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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Lecrae and Andy Mineo Better Late Than Never tour comes Riverside

Rappers Andy Mineo and Lecrae teamed up for their sold-out Better Late Than Never tour, making a stop Oct. 5 at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium. The two artists have worked together on past records by rap group 116, but fans have eagerly awaited the return of Mineo and Lecrae. The concert featured opening artists Whatuprg, […]

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Students gain new experience across the country with summer internships

New York, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, San Fransisco, Los Angeles, Dallas — these are big cities in which many students find themselves searching for a summer internship. Summer internships are a common requirement for many college majors, but do these internships actually help students? Are they useful in preparing them for the post-graduation work force? Most […]

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Olympian encourages students to trust God’s plan

The Robert K. Jabs School of Business kicked off its Faith & Enterprise series of lectures Sept. 27 by inviting three-time gold medalist Leah O’Brien-Amico to speak on her experiences as an Olympic athlete. The Staples Room at California Baptist University was filled with students eager to hear O’Brien-Amico’s story as both an elite athlete […]

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Engineering major, team win SpaceX design award

Corey Stein, junior mechanical engineering major,  participated in the Hyperloop design competition from Jan. 27-29, a contest created by Elon Musk, founder and CEO of SpaceX and product architect of Tesla. Stein was part of a team whose members were from more than 20 different countries and multiple continents. Musk started the Hyperloop Pod design […]

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Singer prepares for ‘The Voice’

Ashley Ryan, country artist, auditions for popular NBC competition Finding the confidence to follow dreams can be a daunting experience. However, when a passion clicks, there is no reason not to pursue it. Ashley Ryan, freshman exercise science major, found her  passion within singing. Ryan did not start her journey as a singer-songwriter until the […]