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Chicago Pasta House earns local award for dining

Pasta house makes list of premier local restaurants The Press Enterprise’s 21st Annual Reader’s Choice for Best of Inland Empire 2016 released its top three choices for food and drink with Chicago Pasta House as its top choice for best family-friendly restaurant in the metropolitan area. Located in Moreno Valley just off Highway 60, Chicago […]

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Theater takes a stroll back in time

The highly anticipated musical, “The 1940’s Radio Hour,” opened Oct. 14 and ran  with weekend performances until Oct. 22 in the Wallace Theatre at California Baptist University. The cast and technical crew had been working many late nights to bring to life the portrayal of the final holiday broadcast of the “Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade” […]

[Daren Stevens | Banner] Adam Goodman, senior biomedical engineering major, talks to a homeless man, Darryl*, regarding the Riverside ban on public camping. Darryl has been homeless for the past 28 years and has been forced to relocate because of the new rule against camping on public property.

Riverside bans public camping, impacts city’s large homeless population

The Riverside City Council created a new rule Sept. 13, banning public camping from streets, sidewalks and parks. Camping in Riverside on public property can now lead to an arrest or a citation. A permit is now required for any public camping. City officials said this new rule applies to everyone, not just the homeless […]

Campus public safety to employ gun usage

California Baptist University’s Safety Services has recently started the process of arming some public safety officers in an attempt to help better protect the campus. Jim Walters, director of Public Safety at CBU, said the university is responding to trends in the United States. Domestic terrorism against non-governmental and non-military targets are increasing, targeted violence […]

[Lauren Shelburne | Banner] Libby Otten, freshman communication disorders major, spends time with fellow Simmons Hall resident Tatiana Davis, freshman business administration major. Otten is attending California Baptist University after a life-changing accident.

New student starts journey at CBU after life-changing car accident

In just a split-second life can take a tragic turn, yet it can also leave a testimony for years to come. That much is true for Libby Otten, freshman communication disorders major at California Baptist University. Mere months before Otten was to be handed her high school diploma, she was in a car accident that […]

[Bernard Uwineza | Banner] Dr. Katherine Papineau, assistant professor of architecture and art history, teaches ART 381, Women in the Arts, to students interested in learning more about the female role in art over the ages. The class, according to Papineau, offers a different perspective on art as a whole.

Art class explores the role of women throughout art history

ART 381, “Women in the Arts,” is a new art class added to California Baptist University’s course list, focusing on the evolution of the role of women in art through the ages. Taught by Dr. Katherine Papineau, assistant professor of architecture and art history, this class is one of the many new changes in the […]