Evolving social networks allow students to explore new mediums to stay connected

In the past few years, there has been a transition between frequently used social networking sites, including Facebook, Myspace, Twitter and Instagram. From 2005 to 2009, Myspace was a big hit, but many deleted, or stopped using, their Myspace accounts when Facebook became the new trend. Madison C. Boyd, freshman psychology and sociology double major, […]

Extending the Block Party: Local College Students Flock to UCR

University of California, Riverside kicked off the start of their school year with a party that drew students from many neighboring campuses, including California Baptist University and California State, San Bernardino. Everything from bacon-wrapped hot dogs to vegetarian style Indian tacos were found at the University of California, Riverside Block Party on Sept. 24. Local […]

Fall Into Autumn

Shorter days, cooler nights, leaves changing and Halloween. These are various ways in which the beginning of the fall season is characterized. During these next few weeks, how can the students of California Baptist University participate in the autumnal events of the season? Here are some festive fall outings and happenings to take advantage of. […]

Tumblr takes over

Tumblr is becoming the new trend among freshman bloggers both new and experienced to the blogging scene. It’s “the easiest way to blog,” at least according to the Tumblr website. Strikingly similar to the “f” logo of the social media giant Facebook, a white “t” centered in a small blue box has been popping up […]