Disaster relief training prepares nursing students for potential careers overseas

By Destinee McCulley | Perspectives Editor The School of Nursing conducted its first Sphere Training for Disaster Relief Oct. 7-11. It taught nursing program students the international standards for disaster response and its application. This training conference was hosted by The Sphere Project, an organization based in Geneva, that seeks to provide minimum standards for disaster […]

Increase in enrollment calls for additional living area

Freshman now have a new place to hang their keys, kick off their shoes and call home, sweet home. Tower Hall, previously known as the Royal Rose, has been renovated and officially renamed. “We thought it needed an update,” said Sarah-Ann Chaddick, receptionist at the Residence Life office. “It’s officially a new living area.” Apartments […]

Financial burden eased; student loan interest rate decreased

The House of Representatives passed a bill July 31 that will reduce the costs of taking out loans for many students attending universities in the United States. Students attending California Baptist University will save a substantial amount of money this fall because of the bipartisan compromise  reached this summer. Undergraduate students will be able to […]