Star Trek Exhibit? … make it so

Museums typically have exhibits that showcase a past society, prehistoric animals or even a collection of art. The Riverside Metropolitan Museum, instead, is presenting a futuristic, fictional society through the new Star Trek exhibition. Star Trek: The Exhibition is currently open until Feb. 28, 2011. Enette Morton, the museum director, states that the Star Trek […]

Shirt shenanigans

California Baptist University is known for giving out free T-shirts to students. Every event, it seems, is a reason to hand out intricately designed T-shirts. As penny-pinching college students, this is greatly appreciated. Campus Day shirts are worn on more than just Campus Day, In His Image Week shirts are adorned weekly and various student […]

Celebrating diversity

American residents of Mexican, Central and South American, Spain and Caribbean decent celebrate their heritage during the next four weeks in honor of Hispanic Heritage month. This month, which began on Sept. 15 and ends Oct. 15, focuses on accomplishments made by American citizens of Hispanic roots. “Latinos are important in many aspects of society, […]

Extending the Block Party: Local College Students Flock to UCR

University of California, Riverside kicked off the start of their school year with a party that drew students from many neighboring campuses, including California Baptist University and California State, San Bernardino. Everything from bacon-wrapped hot dogs to vegetarian style Indian tacos were found at the University of California, Riverside Block Party on Sept. 24. Local […]