Professor takes action, creates community club for enviroment

Community service is not just something one does to get into an honor society or put on his or her resume; it is about helping people or supporting a cause, such as preserving the environment. That is why Dr. Jacob Lanphere, associate professor of environmental science, created a network of volunteers this year for his […]

New year offers students new clubs, opportunities to pursue passions

The beginning of a school year comes with new experiences that allow students to grow academically and socially. California Baptist University aids in this growth through extensive social activities and opportunities. Not only does CBU provide intramural sports, small groups and off-campus adventures, but CBU also offers students diverse clubs for every interest. Featuring more […]

Club celebrates Black History Month

United’ members educate about diversity; entertain through ‘Dream’ event Student club United: Celebrating Campus Diversity celebrated Black History Month Feb. 18 with a cultural showcase called “Dream” at the Stamps Courtyard. For their second year since forming the club, United has brought students of different minorities together on campus at California Baptist University. They work […]

Construction club serves homeless

The Associated General Contractors Student Chapter at California Baptist University partners with HomeAid, a nonprofit organization, to help fund homeless services in Riverside. HomeAid Inland Empire is the nonprofit wing of the Building Industry Association and includes the Riverside County chapter. The organization currently works with 13 different homeless shelter service providers to walk alongside […]

News briefs Mar. 30

COLLEGE REPUBLICANS CLUB ENDORSES REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES  College Republicans at University of California Riverside, along with several California Baptist University students, met Thursday March 15 to select which candidates they endorse as a club. Killarney’s Restaurant’s rear seating area was standing room only as candidates delivered their address in order to gain student votes. THE PULSE […]