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Provider faces labor shortage

Hiring signs have filled windows all throughout the country, due to a labor shortage largely credited to the COVID-19 unemployment relief fund. California Baptist University is not immune to this labor shortage.  Currently, Provider, the company that manages CBU’s restaurants, is short nearly 200 on-campus employees. Provider employees are working to compensate for this labor […]

Meal plan options mix it up

In October 2011, student concerns sparked the process of amending the meal plan system at California Baptist University. Associated Students of California Baptist University executive president JJ Steele presented members of CBU administration with a list of student concerns regarding the current meal plan system. Among these concerns was the time-restraints that were implemented into meal plan […]

Almost open for business

The long awaited debut of a new eating area on campus is near. Brisco’s Village Cafe, which was supposed to open shortly before the start of the fall semester, will now open a few weeks subsequent to its original date. California Baptist University is aiming for the second week in September, though an official date […]