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Out-of-state students discover community, gain experiences

Every year, California Baptist University welcomes a new assortment of students. Universities spanning the country accept students from all across the world. Newcomers range from being local, out-of-state or even international students from many diverse countries. “(In 2019), 9.2 percent came from out of state,” said Greta Anderson, associate director of Undergraduate Admissions. “These were […]

Robert Jordan | Banner | Antonio Saldate(right), freshman film studies major, wrestles Brakan Mead in a match against Ohio State University. The Lancers fell to the Buckeyes 42-0.

Wrestling to face new style of competition in D1 era

With seven competitions left in the season, the California Baptist University wrestling team is focusing on applying a new game-plan and competing with all it has left. Coming out of a loss against Fresno State University, Lennie Zalesky, head coach of men’s wrestling, said he believes losses can give the team motivation in learning and […]

Athletics faces challenges in DI transition

With California Baptist University’s move from NCAA Division II to Division I, gone are the days of playoff appearances, conference championships and national awards, right? Not so fast. Less than a month into Division-I competition, the Lancer fall teams have already proven they belong. Riding a 29-1 campaign in 2017, CBU volleyball found instant success […]