Future nurses give comfort

Giving back to those in need provides opportunities to learn to display compassion toward others. Many nursing students had the privilege to help others by volunteering at local hospitals or in other countries. Jesse Chappell, sophomore nursing major, worked at mobile health clinics in South Africa on her International Service Project. She and her team offered free HIV, AIDS and tuberculosis testing, along with blood pressure and blood glucose tests. “A […]

IJM battles human trafficking, aims to bring awareness to student body

Students from California Baptist University’s International Justice Mission Campus Chapter attended a hearing Nov. 4, held to discuss a human trafficking bill that is finding its way to the U.S. Capitol. Rep. Ed Royce and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs oversaw the hearing on “Regional Perspectives in the Global Fight against Human Trafficking.” It was held at […]

Gunman targets TSA at LAX, kills agent

Bradlee Locke – News Editor Los Angeles, Calif. 5:30 p.m. Nov. 2, 2013 Droves of passengers and employees fled Terminal 3 at the Los Angeles International Airport on Friday morning when a man armed with a semi-automatic assault rifle opened fire and specifically targeted Transportation Security Administration employees, killing one TSA agent and injuring several […]