Fire set in Azusa

Fires swept across Azusa, Calif., Jan. 16, leaving at least three injured and damaging 17 structures. The Los Angeles Times reported that Glendora police Chief Tim Staab said the fire began when three men started an illegal campfire near Colby Trail and Glendora Mountain Road because they were cold. The men were allegedly throwing paper […]

Speakers deliberate Trinitarian theology

Professors from California Baptist University attended the Second Annual Los Angeles Theology Conference held at the Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 16 and 17. Focusing on advancing Trinitarian theology the conference featured speakers from local universities and seminaries as well as professors from Scottish and English universities. The speakers were also available for […]

Mayor encourages involvement

Mayor William “Rusty” Bailey came to California Baptist University to meet students and discuss various initiatives and promote the College Council of Riverside Wednesday. The Streetcar Initiative is a project in the planning stages that will allow transportation between downtown Riverside, colleges and universities, shopping centers and other points of interest. Students expressed their enthusiasm with the initiative. Trent Ward, junior marketing major said he thinks it is a great idea and will […]