Kelsie Stevens | Banner | Riverside locals look for the new food spot, “Nashville Hot Chicken,” that will soon open among the variety of food options at the Riverside Food Lab.

Food Lab adds Nashville hot chicken

Last semester, California Baptist University expanded its dining options by adding Shake Smart and Delect-a-Bowls at Couch’s Corner to its selection. Soon the Riverside Food Lab, a downtown food market with many stands and food options that is beloved by CBU students, is adding a new restaurant to its selection for the first time since […]

Kengkue Her | Banner | Caleb Lee, junior business marketing major and real estate minor, focus on his game of Super Smash Brothers on his 2017 Nintendo Switch.

New Nintendo Switch Lite provides mobile gaming option

After much anticipation, Nintendo finally released the plans for the newest addition to its brand of well-known gaming systems: the Nintendo Switch Lite. This new form of a handheld Nintendo Switch is designed to give users an extremely portable option for the games they know and love.  According to Nintendo’s website, “The Nintendo Switch Lite […]

Regan Lee | Banner | Skylar Holder, senior health science major, immortalizes Disneyland's newest attraction the Millennium Falcon Ride in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge met with low turnout

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, better known as Batuu, has been open at California’s  Disneyland since May 31. With attendance much lower than expected, it feels as if some frequent park goers may not find Batuu appealing. The latest addition to the popular theme park has not been popular for a number of reasons, which makes […]

Kengkue Her | Banner A newly acquired CBU Piper Arrow sits on the flight line ready for flight.

CBU’s aircraft provide superior safety, technology

The Department of Aviation Science at California Baptist University purchased new planes from Piper Aircraft to help students learn more advanced aircraft systems and cut down on logistical costs.  The new fleet, consisting primarily of Piper Archer aircraft, offers a new computer system that increases situational awareness and makes it easier to maintain than the […]

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Home-schooled students adjust to college life, accept change

Adjusting to college life is no easy task for students who were home-schooled before attending CBU. These students have to learn how to adapt to a different social and academic environment than they were previously accustomed. As with most students transitioning to college life, moving away from home and having to make new friends can […]

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New podcast genres appeal to student community

Once considered as entertainment for older generations podcasts have recently become a trend among college students thanks to new genres available. Podcasts today are known for more than providing infor- mation. They can also be come- dic and entertaining. Deitrik Ito, sophomore film production major, said he mostly enjoys listening to pod- casts by pastors. […]