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Students share Thanksgiving food traditions across cultures

Thanksgiving is around the corner and people cannot wait to feast on their favorite holiday dishes with their family and friends. Traditional meals vary across the U.S., making Thanksgiving unique to each group that gathers. The most popular dishes made for Thanksgiving are turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, candied yams, green bean casserole and […]

Greyson Berzansky, sophomore music major, performs at last year's successful Woo Fest at Fox Theatre.

Students reflect on history of WooFest

A time for wooing and impressing is now just a thing of the past. A moment that we hopefully see in our future. Woo Fest is traditionally held in Feburary every year and is hosted by California Baptist University’s Residence Life staff.  What started as a small event in 2009 inside the Alumni Dining Commons […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Lance the Lancer hypes the crowd for the 2018 California Baptist Midnight Madness.

‘Lance the Lancer’ has long CBU history

California Baptist University’s well-known mascot, “Lance the Lancer,” has grown historically with CBU’s Athletics Department.  Lance was first introduced in 1955 when CBU, then known as California Baptist College, moved to Riverside. From NAIA to NCAA, Division II to Division I, Lance has been cheering on the Athletics Department throughout the entire journey.  In the […]

Freshman Smith Hall 1B competes in “Buck Buck,” a game in which teams attempt to create the largest human dog pile.

Smith dorm crowns new Champion Hall

Freshmen compete in annual game, build community. Freshman residents of Smith Hall rallied together Sept. 19 to participate in the 10th annual Smith Olympics. The event is a combination of challenging and athletic competitions between male freshmen students in each hall of the living area. Students compete to be the “Champion Hall” for the year. […]