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Being in a high risk COVID setting can cause stress for students, staff

It is no secret that the pandemic affected all of us. While it may have affected some more than others, there is no disputing the fact that everyone was affected somehow. A large portion of the population suffered from mental health issues during this time, and college students were no exception.  In an article published […]

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Students share Thanksgiving food traditions across cultures

Thanksgiving is around the corner and people cannot wait to feast on their favorite holiday dishes with their family and friends. Traditional meals vary across the U.S., making Thanksgiving unique to each group that gathers. The most popular dishes made for Thanksgiving are turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, candied yams, green bean casserole and […]

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Vision Spread: CBU celebrates hispanic heritage

A Hispanic heritage celebration took place at California Baptist University on Oct. 7. This event was planned in a collaborative effort by Community Life and the Spanish Club to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, which takes place every year from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Cumbia and salsa band Clave Dura performed in Lancer Plaza, […]

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New social work programs fill needs

The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program at California Baptist University launched in fall 2021 as an entry-level degree to work in the field of social work. Liza Arellano, licensed clinical social worker, assistant professor of social work and program director of the Bachelor of Social Work, said the program allows students to gain experience […]