Elijah Hickman | Banner Pablo Leiva, freshman architecture major, enjoys his first time eating lunch at BurgerIM in Riverside, Calif. with a friend.

BurgerIM serves fresh duos and trios

For many, one burger may be just enough, but at BurgerIM, they encourage customers to eat two or three. BurgerIM is pronounced in Hebrew as “Burger-eem,” meaning “many burgers.” It is a restaurant from Israel that wants its customers to enjoy at least two burgers at once with endless possibilities to customize them. At BurgerIM, […]

Phillip Ndowu | Banner Ke’Aira Wilkes, junior education major, takes a break from the rigorous responsibilities of student life by relaxing and enjoying a boba milk tea at the colorful Ding Tea in Riverside, Calif.

College students find comfort at tea house

There are several tea houses that serve boba in Riverside, but one of the newest tea houses, Ding Tea, is seeking to serve high-quality Taiwanese tea in a college-friendly environment. Ding Tea is a franchise from Taichung, Taiwan, with three locations in Southern California. In December 2018, the doors to its Riverside location opened, yielding […]

Courtesy of Bruders Coffee | Danny and Bobby Perde, owners of Brüders Coffee, serve coffee, lattes and teas at a backyard wedding in Joshua Tree, Calif.

Brüders Coffee gives back to the community

Coffee. A little bit of heart and a lot of hope in Jesus Christ. These are the essential ingredients that brothers Danny and Bobby Perde, senior applied theology major at California Baptist University, use in every cup of coffee they make at Brüders — their Yucaipa-based coffee company. For Danny and Bobby Perde, coffee began […]

Kengkue Her | Banner | Madelyn Bradley, sophomore nutrition major, tosses a salad with cucumbers, tomatoes, broccolis and others, at the Alumni Dining Commons.

Students discover healthier meals

Students at California Baptist University have a variety of on-campus food options, which o er a number of hearty and healthy meals. Rushing to class, work and study groups has nudged count- less students to grab an un- healthy and quick bite to eat. Although ordering that mouth- watering, grease-dripping and cheese-stuffed burger may be […]

Photos Courtesy of CBU Marketing and Communication The physical layout of California Baptist University has changed greatly from 2009, shown in black and white, to 2019, shown in color in this illustration.

A look back on campus changes over the years

Much has changed since California Baptist University opened its doors in the fall of 1950, when only 42 students were enrolled. Formerly California Baptist College, the university has seen tremendous growth within the last 68 years. What previously consisted of the original administration building, the W.E. James build- ing and the Annie Gabriel Library, now […]

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Singles redefine Valentine’s norms

As Valentine’s Day ap- proaches, many people with- out a significant other can easily find a distaste for the romantic holiday. However, being single on Valentine’s Day does not have to be lonely, and many people have found alternative plans to still make the holiday en- joyable. Victoria Buszinski, sophomore public relations ma- jor, said […]

Danielle Lutjens | Banner | Many foods that are marketed as healthy or beneficial do more harm than good, such as Gatorade which has 34 grams of sugar in one serving.

Diet foods not necessarily healthy

With a growing number of people concerned with dieting and weight loss in to- day’s society, many turn to processed diet and low-fat food products as an easy solution to the problem. Though such diet and fat-free products claim to be healthier, they often contain high amounts of sugar or other unhealthy ingredients. Dina Soliman, […]

Danielle Lutjens | Banner | Scott Enoch, Riverside resident and retired business owner, showcases his various assortment of jellies and peanut butters at the Riverside Farmers Market.

Farmers markets offer healthy food options to community

Riverside is home to multiple farmers markets, each offering a variety of organic products and home-grown goods sourced directly from local farmers. Various goods such as fruit, vegetables, flowers, bread, meat and more can be found at almost any local farmers market. Located in the parking lot of Barnes and Noble at the Galleria at […]

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Students gain new outlook on life through traveling abroad

College students who choose to travel across the globe gain beneficial and life-changing experiences. Full-time college students often seek to experience independence. Choosing to experience a different part of the world while meetings new and unfamiliar faces can be the push to maturity and culture appreciation that countless young adults desire. Often, college students are […]

International celebration fuels student community

International students came together Nov. 12-15 at California Baptist University to learn more about one another and display their cultures for International Celebration Week. This event teaches students about different cultures so students can learn about one another. The different days of the week are for different events. Monday night was the Karaoke night, Tuesday […]