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School of Business extends reach of Leadership Studies Program

Starting this semester, CBU’s Leadership Studies Program will be hosted by the Robert K. Jabs School of Business, and they have big plans for it. They want a wide reach for the program, as anyone can benefit from strong leadership skills. Dr. Gaynell Vanderslice, assistant professor of business management and the new program director for […]

Camille Grochowski | Banner | Karla Delgado, senior Business Adminsitration major, talks to an emplyee from Consolidated Electrical Distributors (CED) about a possible job oportunity after she graduates this April.

CBU hosts Spring Expo career fair

California Baptist University’s Career Center hosted the Spring Expo career fair Feb. 19, where 100 companies were represented and offered opportunities to students for at least 400 positions. The event occurs every February, and this career fair had opportunities for all majors. Lisa Singer, employer relations specialist and event coordinator, said contrary to popular belief, […]

Luc Stringer | Banner | Dawn Carter, internship specialist, speaks with a student in the Jabs lobby about future careers.

CBU staff member hosts internship session

A staff member at California Baptist University held open office hours in the lobby of the Robert K. Jabs School of Business Jan. 27 to inform and educate students on potential internship opportunities accredited by the university. Dawn Carter, client relations and internship specialist, said her role is to connect students with practical learning experiences […]

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Instagram Acts As New ‘Business Card’ for Gaining Clients

With social media’s growing influence, business cards are no longer as essential as they used to be for new businesses. Many businesses people might never have heard of before can easily be found through Instagram searches or shared content. As a result of this more efficient alternative to business cards, some skip the creation of […]

Hayden Schuljak | Banner | Construction is underway for Couch's Corner, CBU's newest dining location; scheduled to open mid fall 2019 semester.

New Dining Options Expected in Lancer Plaza

The start of a new fall semester at California Baptist University brings many changes, including a brand new main entrance to campus and parking garage on Adams Street.  All of the new and planned construction  raises the question of whether students will be able to see the changes on campus extend to dining options. Dr. […]

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FedEx next-day shipping helps buyers favorite brands

In a world that is constantly looking for instant gratification, FedEx has set out to do just that. FedEx is seeking growth in the e-commerce industry by launching a next-day delivery service that will help businesses compete with third-party retailers that sell on Amazon and Walmart. Its next-day delivery option will bring products from your […]

Danielle Lutjens | Banner | Benjamin Woofest, sophomore biomedical science major, prepares himself for an hour session of relaxation in the sensory deprivation pod filled with a saline solution to create a feeling of ant-gravity.

Flotation therapy tanks help students relax

Sensory deprivation tanks, flotation therapy tanks, isolation tanks or float tanks. These are some of the modern names for what neuroscientist John C. Lilly made in the mid-1950s. Typically, float tanks consist of a closed-off room or pod roughly the size of a small shed that is both sound and light proof. It is filled […]

Reagan Lee | Banner | Stacy Turner, Cherishann Diamzon, and Jason Watkins, freshman film majors at La Sierra Universtiy, enjoy their blended boba smoothies at Roasting Water Coffee Shop in Riverside, Calif. The coffee joint is a popular hangout spot for college students in the area.

Eco-friendly coffee bar options

Some boil it. Others steam it. But a new coffee shop and boba shop in Riverside is roasting it. Roasting Water has taken a different path and is brewing a new kind of business model that steeps eco-friendly practices with a rich variety of teas, coffee, smoothies and dessert drinks. The average price of drinks […]

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Olympian encourages students to trust God’s plan

The Robert K. Jabs School of Business kicked off its Faith & Enterprise series of lectures Sept. 27 by inviting three-time gold medalist Leah O’Brien-Amico to speak on her experiences as an Olympic athlete. The Staples Room at California Baptist University was filled with students eager to hear O’Brien-Amico’s story as both an elite athlete […]