Community Life has completely reshaped its approach to events this semester to abide by social distancing guidelines and to consider students currently residing at home rather than on campus. Few events have occurred thus far this semester, but more have been scheduled with Riverside County moving into the red tier, lessening some restrictions. Despite the […]
This semester, California Baptist University is hosting Parent and Family Weekend virtually from Nov. 6-8. The event will be available through CBU’s mobile event app or via the event website, which can be found on the CBU homepage. Parent and Family Weekend usually consists of activities, sports, food and fireworks. Due to COVID-19, it will […]
As the holiday season arrives, California Baptist University has already begun celebrating with traditions on campus. CBU’s Yule event is one of the most anticipated events hosted that kicks off the winter season. This tradition dates back to 1955 and still stands strong to this day. Yule is another word for Christmas, which is why […]
The Lancer Awards is an annual spring social event, which was held March 31 by the NCAA student-athlete advisory committee in the Van Dyne Gymnasium at California Baptist University. All student-athletes were welcome to attend the ceremony, which included food, games and awards recognizing both individuals and teams. Frank Wyshinski, junior finance major, wrestler and […]
Video coverage by Lancer Media Group on California Baptist University International Center’s 2018 “Taste the Nations” event.
The “Crazies,” a previously faculty-selected group of student sports fans, is moving from one department to another. CBU students are, by now, familiar with the loud group that attends most athletic games. In the past, they have been refereed to as, the “Crazy 8.” They stand in formation to spell CRAZIES, each one with a […]
The Associated Students of California Baptist University office has a mission to care for students with quality service. The mission is demonstrated through campus events, services and daily “Tweet-aways.” ASCBU uses Twitter as their primary advertising outlet to let students know of campus events.In order to attract more students to follow, they “tweet-away” prizes to followers each day. Students Representatives of ASCBU tweet a question to […]
The Associated Students of California Baptist University made changes to their student representation this semester. Freshman representatives were elected, remaining positions were filled by appointment and a new constitution was pushed for approval. At first, all positions were to be won by students through an election process, but nine positions were not filled in time. […]