Hayden Schujak | Banner | Trevor Baker Sophomore Mechanical Engineering Major Rappels off of Sphinx Rock on the edge of Highway 18

Traveling draws students closer to God’s creation

Travel is often on the hearts of young adults, driving within them a deep desire to see God’s creation. Traveling and seeing the world God created is a great way to appreciate the diversity of creation. Adriana Herrera, senior psychology and sociology major, has traveled to places both within the United States and abroad. These […]

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Stop going back home on the weekends

One of the signature traits of California Baptist University is that campus gets a little quiet on the weekends. Parking lots that are usually completely full suddenly have no competition for spaces, all because seemingly half the residential students head home for the weekends. CBU has a prevalent commuter culture throughout the week because approximately […]

Kengkue Her | Banner | Michelle Gust, sophomore mechanical engineering major, Kevin Springer, sophomore chemical engineering major, and Victor Becerra, sophomore electrical and computer engineering major, enjoy the Clippers vs Kings basketball game during the Community Life event.

Students attend LA Clippers game

At California Baptist University, there are endless opportunities for students to engage in sporting events, which this year included access to tickets to a Los Angeles Clipper’s game through Community Life. The Los Angeles Clippers went head-to-head with the Sacramento Kings on the basketball court Jan. 30. Community Life gave students the opportunity to witness […]

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Fall or the Spring semester: Which is better?

While spring and fall semester are quite similar, they can also be different in a variety of ways. In an Instagram poll that asked students which semester they like more, the outcome was quite even. Fifty-one percent of students prefer fall and 49 percent prefer spring. Greta Anderson, associate director of Undergraduate Admissions, said that […]

Austin Romito | Banner | Smoke fills the sky in Riverside because of fires in the surrounding area in August 2018. People hiked to the top of Mt. Rubidoux to get a view of the sunset during the fires.

Riverside views offer higher perspectives of life

In the chaotic life of a college student, it becomes easy to feel overwhelmed by assignments, occupations, extracurriculars and other responsibilities. Taking a step back — or a step up — and viewing life from a wider perspective is sometimes essential.  From a higher level, the little things that cause stress seem to fade away. […]

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Spring transfer students adapt to new college environment

The Spring 2020 semester has brought withmany new transfers. For a spring transfer, it can be nerve-racking to be at a new school.  There are, however, many ways to get plugged into  campus events and meet students who can become lifelong friends. From joining different clubs offered to attending sporting events, California Baptist University is […]

Gabrielle Tieman | Banner Trixie Witham, sophomore finance major, enjoys a free hair cut during the spring 2020 Ladies’ Night event.

Ladies’ night allows students to connect

Free haircuts, manicures, massages, henna tattoos, fitness classes, community and a ladies-only space. Female students have the opportunity to treat themselves to a night of self-care and fellowship. California Baptist University’s Recreation Center hosted a Ladies’ Night event on Jan. 21 to kick off the spring semester. This event was an opportunity for female students […]

Camille Grochowski | Banner | Randi Wuflestad, junior journalism and new media major, finishes her homemade rub by cutting the excess string off the burlap and lace. The DIY project can be completed for $18 in two and half hours

Lifestyle Tries: Burlap, lace area rug

Ever wondered why rugs are so outrageously expensive? Your guess is as good as mine. But have no worries, Lifestyle Tries is here to show you how to make a simple and cost-effective rug that can transform any space and keep those wallets a little fuller. Supplies needed include a 40×59 inch nonskid rug pad, […]