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Ending friendships shows wisdom

Young adulthood comes with many struggles and changes. Not only do young adults have to grapple with college and navigate romantic relationships but they also have to maintain platonic relationships. However, not every friendship works out in the end. Breaking up with a friend can be a difficult experience to accept and move on. Hannah […]

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How do you build your credit score?

Debt — a scary word and an even scarier reality for many young adults, especially college students, in the cur- rent financial climate. From student loans to car payments, nearly every college student has been exposed to some type of debt. However, some may not realize how important those payments are when it comes to […]

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TV binging impacts lives of students

With the increasing popularity of subscription services, such as Netflix and Hulu, almost any show or movie is readily available at the click of a button. This may sound like a convenient way to watch content but too much time spent watching TV can take a toll on one’s health. Binge-watching is watching two or […]

Madison Santana | Banner | Jesus A. Castaeñeda, a local mixed media artist, has a flair for sidewalk chalk art, which was displayed at the “FLEAESTA” event this past Sunday.

Downtown ‘FleaEsta’ attracts CBU students

Locals gathered in downtown Riverside Sept. 30 for the annual Vintage Flea Market Fiesta. Patrons displayed vintage items ranging from clothing to home decor, antiques, mixed handmade merchandise, bracelets paintings, necklaces and more to sell to Riverside residents in attendance. Food, drinks and tote bags to carry purchases were provided as the crowd grew under […]

Elizabeth Johnson | Banner | Jake Driscoll, sophomore graphic design major, films various locations on campus at California Baptist University for his Instagram Stories.

Social media influencers change way students use web platforms

Walking down the sidewalk, almost everyone has a phone in his or her hand. People have laptops in class with constant notifications on their screens. The influence of social media has grown and the impact of the people who utilize it is im- mense. According to Experian, more than 98 percent of college-aged students use […]

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Home-schooled students adjust to college life, accept change

Adjusting to college life is no easy task for students who were home-schooled before attending CBU. These students have to learn how to adapt to a different social and academic environment than they were previously accustomed. As with most students transitioning to college life, moving away from home and having to make new friends can […]

Sage Zbinden | Dr. Anthony Corso, Associate Professor of Computing, Software and Date Sciences, gives a friendly simile when he notices an issue with the numbers on the excel spreadsheet.

Professor sells company, chooses education

Climbing the ladder of success in a career means something different to everyone and sometimes life pulls people in the opposite direction of what they plan. Dr. Anthony Corso, associate professor of computing, software and data sciences, said he wanted to be a chief financial officer of a major company but God had other plans. […]