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Campus Begins New Housing Project

Residence Life and Housing Services has several projects currently underway to adapt to the population increase as student enrollment at California Baptist University continues to increase each year. The most recent housing project scheduled to be added to CBU is a new housing complex called Magnolia Crossing, which will be located on Magnolia Avenue, west […]

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Counseling Center moves into new space to better offer healing, refuge

Five added rooms will be available to give students safe space. The Counseling Center at California Baptist University moved locations Feb. 26 to a new building off of Monroe street, behind CBU’s baseball field and the Health Science campus. The reason for the move was to expand beyond the nine rooms they previously had. The […]

Colony plans to renovate, update living areas

CBU decides largest student living area will be next place for upgrades.  California Baptist University has been surpassing expectations with recent remodeling and construction of buildings across campus like The Village. However, according to staff and residential students, The Colony Apartments is in need of renovations and repairs. Students who live in Colony, the largest residential area on campus […]

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 […]

Bridge construction affects commute

The Riverside County Transportation Department closed Magnolia Avenue in both directions from Lincoln Street to Buchanan Avenue in Riverside on Jan. 20 to construct a bridge over the city’s railroad tracks on Magnolia Avenue. This yearlong project, estimated to be finished by February 2016, was started because of multiple car accidents caused by vehicles stopping on the […]

Riverside Reborn

After several years of starting a project that was deemed to be completed within five years, the Riverside Renaissance nears completion with a nearly $1.57 billion initiative. The project that was proposed in 2006 will soon come to an end after many of the final touches are done. The Riverside Renaissance is a project for […]

Construction on Schedule

Construction on the new Dr. Robert K. Jabs School of Business building is on track to be completed this August. All of the tilt-up style walls of the building are in place. Steve Smith, director of facilities and planning services, explained that the tilt-up method is much more time and cost-efficient than others. “Technically the […]