Elijah Hickman | Banner | Jatzel Garcia, senior biology major, takes advantage of the Alumni Dining Commons new study time to prepare herself for upcoming classes.

University opens ADC for late-night study hall on weeknights

So many students, not enough space. Over the past few years, the population of students at California Baptist University has grown immensely. While this has led to great success for the university as a whole, it also brought the need for more study spaces. With few options, students have gotten creative in the past in […]

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Spring transfer students adapt to new college environment

The Spring 2020 semester has brought withmany new transfers. For a spring transfer, it can be nerve-racking to be at a new school.  There are, however, many ways to get plugged into  campus events and meet students who can become lifelong friends. From joining different clubs offered to attending sporting events, California Baptist University is […]

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CBU makes transcripts easier to access

Requesting transcripts is something most students or alumni will need to do during their time at California Baptist University or after they graduate. The Office of the University Registrar  made this easier. Students and alumni can now request and pay for transcripts online. Shawnn Koning,  university registrar said the process is an improvement from what […]

Kengkue Her | Banner | Vincent Zavala, sophomore biology major and wrestler, studies with teammate Bryce Buckley, junior accounting major to balance life as a student athlete.

Athletes juggle school and sports

Early mornings, late-night practices and school deadlines are a few of the struggles student-athletes face. Enrolling in college can be nerve-racking as young adults are learning how to adjust to independent student life. For student-athletes, obtaining a busy school and sports schedule can cause one to question the ability to make room for a social […]

Stressed for success

For college students, stress is part of everyday life. Stress can be helpful in getting students through the day, as well as being a physical response to improve reactions in a fight-or-flight situation. What about when the stress becomes too much due to constant worry about midterms, GPA and social pressures? Usatodayeducate.com referenced The New […]