Up all night: Just how bad are all nighters?

One strong, brewed cup of coffee rests on sophomore civil engineering major Jordan O. Mathe’s desk as piles of physics homework lay before him. He glances at the clock and notes that, yet again, he will be pulling an all-nighter. Between the balances of classes, starting a new company and working two jobs since freshman year, Mathe has had little to no time for sleep. He said that all-nighters occur […]

Athletes eat for energy

According to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report from 2000, the average American consumed 2,700 calories a day. The “New York Post” reported that Gold medalist Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps devours around 12,000 calories a day during training. While Phelps does not swim for California Baptist University, students might notice that athletes on campus take […]