Latenight Breakfast

As the intensity of finals season is upon the students at California Baptist University, the Campus Activities Board , led by director Chris Hofschroer, plans to keep the tradition of a late night breakfast. CAB will provide students with the usual breakfast items in the Alumni Dining Commons on Tuesday Dec. 14 from 10 p.m.- […]

Coffee Depot closes its doors

A tragic family event prompts the closing of a local favorite. After ten years of service, the mom-and-pop coffee shop, a favorite among students, will close it’s doors. On Dec. 26 Coffee Depot will say goodbye to the local community for good. The reason being: owners, Geof and Evelyn Gaines, are relocating because of family […]

CAB brings new meaning to ‘Yule’tide

After a night of three forks, decadent desserts and an array of fine attire, an estimated 360 California Baptist University students attended the annual Yule festival at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel. The audience was most impressed with the national headlining comedian, known as “Michael Jr.” Michael Jr. made previous performances on MAD TV and the […]

News Briefs Nov. 19, 2010

CBU AND MEDICAL CAMPUS According to news released by California Baptist University on Nov. 10, officials from March Health care Development and CBU signed a letter of intent “outlining mutual participation in a planned medical campus occupying a portion of the former March Air Force Base near Moreno Valley.” The agreements to this signing is […]

Help Wanted for the Holidays

Would you like some extra cash for the holidays but can’t find a job? Even though most financial experts say that the recession is ending, the country has a long way before it can recover from the economic crisis. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national unemployment rate is at 9.6 percent. In […]

Post-Grad Prospects

Seniors at California Baptist University prepare for their lives as post-grads as Dec. 17 approaches, the day of commencement. The graduating class will have several choices to make; graduate school or a job. Some students plan to enter the work force upon graduation, even if that means relocating to a different part of the state […]

Gallery Grows Under Green-Hodges

For two hours on Monday, Nov. 1, students filed in and out of the Metcalf Gallery in Wallace Theatre to view their peer’s art work and vote for their favorite pieces at the 3rd Annual Art Competition. Nicole Green-Hodges hosted the competition. Green-Hodges is an adjunct professor in the Department of Communications and Visual Arts […]

ASCBU embraces new members and ideas

The Associated Students of California Baptist University made changes to their student representation this semester. Freshman representatives were elected, remaining positions were filled by appointment and a new constitution was pushed for approval. At first, all positions were to be won by students through an election process, but nine positions were not filled in time. […]