Misty Severi | Banner | An untitled artwork by California Baptist University student Emma Limitaco was displayed at the entrance of the latest Art Exhibit titled New Genres.

Rose Gallery hosts new student exhibit

Fuzzy, brightly colored yarn dangling from the ceiling over a pile of comfortable fluffy pillows and blankets. People lying beneath the covers under a nostalgic, oversized-chair fort, staring up at the drawings of stars lit up by a black light. A large, dark structure framing a doorway. Through that doorway is a blue-hued underwater landscape, […]

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CBU to celebrate annual Yule festival at Medieval Times

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 […]

Hayden Schujak | Banner | Students and families at the block party, partake in Halloween-themed games to try and win candy.

Magnolia Church hosts Halloween block party

Magnolia Church’s Halloween Block Party on Oct. 31 was a free event that allowed the  community to come together as one. The party provided a place for families to come and trick or treat, eat and participate in fun activities such as carnival games.  Magnolia Church, located on the corner of Magnolia and Adams streets, […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Scott Rydelski, sophomore theater and comedic arts double major, and Joy Bennett, sophomore theater major, rehearse for the upcoming production of ‘Servant of Two Masters,’ which opens in Wallace Theatre Nov. 15

Students perform ‘The Servant of Two Masters’

California Baptist University’s theater program will be staging a new comedy play, “The Servant of Two Masters,” for two consecutive weekends beginning Nov. 15. “The Servant of Two Masters” is an Italian comedy written by Carlo Goldoni in 1746. The play follows Beatrice — disguised as her dead brother while looking for his killer — […]

Kelsie Stevens | Banner | Madison Santiago environmental science major, sophomore, prunes a pepper bust at Lancer Farms in the Colony Apartments living area on California Baptist University's campus.

CBU cleans up campus to celebrate Arbor Day

Every fall semester, hundreds of California Baptist University students gather on campus to plant trees on Nov. 2 at the annual Arbor Day event.  While the event has previously focused on the importance of planting trees, this year, CBU students have taken the opportunity to focus on a variety of environmental matters. One matter addressed […]

Camille Grochowski | Banner | Maxine Auer Junior criminal Justice, get ready to pass the ball and head towards the touchdown zone.

Intramurals prep for Fall

The California Baptist University’s Community Life Office spent the summer of 2019 preparing for the fall semester’s intramural sports, bringing back some of the popular traditions and making adjustments to improve. Marnie Kavern, Community Life’s program coordinator for intramurals, said she and the Community Life staff used the summer to continue to try to meet […]

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Instagram Acts As New ‘Business Card’ for Gaining Clients

With social media’s growing influence, business cards are no longer as essential as they used to be for new businesses. Many businesses people might never have heard of before can easily be found through Instagram searches or shared content. As a result of this more efficient alternative to business cards, some skip the creation of […]

Gabrielle Tieman | Banner | Maddie Baker, junior psychology major, helps her team build a fence for an elementary school in Twain

International Service Projects Influence Culture

Students are often so focused on their own environment that they forget how many different cultures there are in the world. International Service Projects give students the opportunity to experience cultures around the world. The main purpose of ISP trips is to serve by bringing the gospel to other regions of the world, such as […]

Austin Romito | Banner | Chandler Hancock, senior business administration major, directs vehicles during 2019 Welcome Weekend.

Lancer Plaza Debuts on Campus

Students arriving for the fall semester were greeted by the brand new Lancer Plaza entrance to campus. Since acquiring Adams plaza in 2006, California Baptist University has been developing Lancer Plaza and the surrounding area. Construction began March 25, 2019, and was completed Aug. 30. Students will have access to Lancer Plaza, Lancer Lane, the […]