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Pros and cons of having a car on campus

California Baptist University has experienced steady growth in recent years and is not expected to slow down any time soon. One way the university has accommodated that growth is the parking structure that opened for the fall 2019 semester. While most students are not currently on campus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students will […]

Freshman elected to Senate

Ten California Baptist University freshmen ran Sept. 24–28 for the Senate of the Associated Students of California Baptist University for the 2018-19 school year and four students were elected. The new senators elected for ASCBU Senate are: Allison Weaver, English major, Pablo Leiva, architecture major, Kaitlyn Chadwick and Richard Hamilton, bio-medical majors. These students come […]

Reagan Lee | Banner | Shanna Done, a junior film studies major, takes the new VeoRide bikes for a spin around campus.

Spinning out of campus

Spin bikes were promoted toward the end of the Spring 2018 semester at California Baptist University; however, now that school has started again, the orange bikes have disappeared from every bike rack on campus except the one at the International Center. “Spin has focused all of its efforts on bringing electric scooters to campuses,” said […]

ASCBU president prioritizes students

Arneson plans engagement with student body; improves opportunities. “Running for (Associated Students for California Baptist University) president seemed like a natural step,” said Rebecca Arneson, junior philosophy and business double major and ASCBU’s newly elected executive president for the 2018-2019 school year. “CBU has offered me so many unique experiences. Being a part of student […]

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Students elect Morris as ASCBU president by 2-1 margin

California Baptist University’s student body voted Kendall Morris, junior communication studies major, into office Feb. 10 as ASCBU executive president for the 2017-2018 school year. Morris won with 65 percent of the votes after weeks of campaigning. He said he knew this position was not easily obtained and prepared for the trials. This was not […]

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Students campaign in ‘Great Debate’

Candidates running for open ASCBU positions talk about visions The Associated Student Government at California Baptist University hosted the annual “Great Debate” Feb. 6, at the Wallace Theatre to allow candidates running for ASCBU positions for the upcoming 2017-2018 year to present their platforms to the student body. The three students running for ASCBU executive […]