Taylor Jaskot, senior finance major, takes time out of his busy schedule to meditate at least once a day alleviating the anxiety and stress that comes along with having so many responsibilities each day.

Meditation melts the stress away

Taylor Jaskot manages his struggles by meditating every day The term “stressed out” has become a staple of most college student’s vocabularies. Many students struggle to find the best ways to manage the weight of all of their responsibilities. Taylor Jaskot, senior finance major, maintains his stress levels through meditation. He said he believes the […]

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Cheer brings home fifth-straight gold

California Baptist University’s cheer team took home its fifth straight National Cheerleaders Association Championship title in the Division II All-Girls category, April 7, remaining undefeated since 2013. Tami Fleming, head coach of the cheer team, said the feeling of winning the NCA Championship was beyond incredible. “This is the fifth year in a row CBU’s […]

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Volleyball closes season with win, prepares for incoming freshmen

Finishing its season with eight wins and 21 losses, the California Baptist University men’s volleyball team is now focusing on improving the team and having a successful season next spring. Jacob Terabetz, sophomore kinesiology major and setter, said despite the tough competition this season, the team always reminded one another they had nothing to lose. […]

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Bakery caters to gluten allergies

Beehive Bakery Girl has catered affordable gluten-free pastries to coffee shops throughout the Inland Empire since June 2014. Tina Teets started the bakery when she noticed a lack of cost-effective treats for those suffering from gluten allergies like herself. She wanted to be able to join friends in eating pastries when they visited local coffee […]