City Renaissance Changes ‘Dynamics’

The City of Riverside works vigorously to complete a project to remodel the city that will take five years. Through a $1.57 billion investment, Riverside officials hope to finish the remodeling project, labeled the Riverside Renaissance. If completed, this project will have accomplished more construction in Riverside in only five years than in the past […]

“Shadows” of the deceased

An awing silence exists inside the California Museum of Photography (CMP) as David Maisal’s photography exhibit, entitled “History’s Shadows and Library of Dust” was displayed. The exhibit on the first floor of the CMP is “History’s Shadows.” The photographs are of X-rays of classical Western or Asian sculptures, originally made for conservational purposes. Historically, the […]

‘Pain’ Ball

Most people cringe at the thought of getting hit with a .68 caliber ball of paint moving at 300 feet per second. The sport, better known as paintballing, was what 16 brave men and one brave woman from California Baptist University did on Oct. 24. This woman was Krista Goodman, one of the more experienced […]

ROTC Program: Growth and Change

California Baptist University’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) grew in number and character this year as 18 cadets joined the program, increasing to a total of 50 cadets. “The program expanded due to our recruiting resources,” Sgt. 1st Class Jay Villaseñor, military science instructor, said. “Our Cadre and cadets spent a lot of time spreading […]

Brown Rallies in Riverside

There was no trick or treating for newly-elected Democratic governor Jerry Brown this Halloween. Instead he campaigned at Riverside’s Anchos Southwest Grill and Bar in an attempt to rally Democratic voters just two days before the election. “California has always been a leader,” Brown said to the huddled crowd. “We’re a leader in renewable energy, […]

News Briefs Nov. 5, 2010

PRE-LAW SOCIETY GATHERING California Baptist University Pre- Law society is holding a meeting on Nov. 15 from 5-6:30 p.m. in James 348. Danielle Lopez, a representative from Pacific McGeorge Law School, will be presenting information about the law school as well as answering questions regarding the school. Pizza will be provided. For more information on […]

News Briefs Oct. 22, 2010

MIDNIGHT MADNESS 2010 The 2010 basketball season will start with a bang on Oct. 27 in Van Dyne Gymnasium. The festivities will begin with a pre-party complete with free Chik-fil-a and a community of fellow students and faculty. The event starts at 10 p.m. and includes “the introduction of the men’s and women’s basketball teams, […]

News Briefs Oct. 1, 2010

Drive Benefits Orphanage Tuesday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m.- 9 p.m. students will be able to donate blood to the Blood for Missions with SunErgos International. The blood drive will help support their orphanages in Russia. The blood drawn will benefit the patients at USC University Hospital and USC Norris Cancer Hospital. Donors must be […]

News Briefs Sept. 17, 2010

New Director for Newsong Since the resignation of Al Clifft last spring, California Baptist University passed the honor of directing the New Song Chorus to one of its own, Marisa Giorgetti. Giorgetti, a master’s student, began her first year as director during the group’s annual choir camp at the end of August. She can be […]