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Teen activist sets example for students in her advocacy

Greta Thunberg, 16, is a climate activist from Stockholm challenging the world’s most powerful leaders to enact environmental policy change. Thunberg, currently nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, started her activism journey in August 2018 by taking every Friday off from school to hold strikes in front of Riksdag, the Swedish parliament building in Stockholm. […]

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Habitat destruction from overpopulation harming bird population, ecosystems

North America has lost 29 percent of its overall bird population since 1970 according to a new study released in Science magazine out on Oct. 19, called “Decline of the North American Avifauna.” That is a loss of nearly 3 billion birds in approximately 50 years. Several factors seem to be causes of the dramatic […]

Alex Iannone | Banner | California Baptist University seeks to use renewable energy by placing solar panels on top of several buildings, including the new East Parking Structure. The solar panels work to help light the parking structure at all times of the day

Housing costs may rise under new California energy mandate

A new California solar mandate will take effect in January 2020 that requires all newly constructed California homes containing less than three stories to be built with a solar energy system. The California solar mandate was first approved by the California Building Standards Commission in December 2018. This new solar standard aims to help California […]

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Vice president for Marketing and Communication to retire in January

Dr. Mark A. Wyatt, California Baptist University’s vice president for Marketing and Communication, announced Oct. 15 that he will be retiring, effective Jan. 31, 2020. Wyatt, also an assistant professor of communication arts, has worked at CBU for 18 years, leading the school’s Division of Marketing and Communication since Aug. 1, 2002. Wyatt said he […]

Hayden Schujak | Banner | Students and families at the block party, partake in Halloween-themed games to try and win candy.

Magnolia Church hosts Halloween block party

Magnolia Church’s Halloween Block Party on Oct. 31 was a free event that allowed the  community to come together as one. The party provided a place for families to come and trick or treat, eat and participate in fun activities such as carnival games.  Magnolia Church, located on the corner of Magnolia and Adams streets, […]

Kelsie Stevens | Banner | A speech student from the Clinical Education Center, races through the web course made by Communications and Disorders club.

Clinical Education Center hosts annual Halloween event

The Clinical Education Center hosted its annual Halloween event Oct. 30 at California Baptist University’s Health Science Campus to help speech therapy patients engage their fine and gross motor skills through fun activities. The CEC invites all of its patients and their families to take part in Halloween-themed events. Kids can trick or treat for […]