Dale Lee, CBU's director of information and security projects, sent a warning email to students Sept. 6.

CBU’s ITS team working to fight against phishing scam

Early September, California Baptist University’s Information Technology Services Department sent an email out to CBU students informing them that they are working on dealing with phishing scams that have compromised several LancerNet accounts. As October is Cybersecurity Awareness month, students should be ever-vigilant. Phishing emails are emails attempting to get personal information including passwords and […]

Accounting Society at CBU helps students prepare for their future

Every business needs accountants. Finances are important for any business, and the CBU Accounting Society’s goal is to help students make connections with businesses and in the accounting field. Sarah Shearer, secretary, Christian studies and accounting double major and secretary of CBU’s Accounting Society talked about the main goals of the club. “The main goal […]

Alphabet expanding drone delivery services across United States

This is a time of rapid technological advancement, and the COVID-19 pandemic put certain technologies at a higher demand and speed-ran their development.  One technological innovation that is being expanded in the U.S. is drone delivery services, which will decrease the number of in-person deliveries needed and requested, something that could be appealing to some […]

As the metaverse continues to grow, virtual reality is becoming more popular. Elijah Hickman

Meta enforcing personal space rules in VR

Personal space is an important factor in making people feel comfortable. In addition to personal space in the real world, this is now being extended to virtual reality (VR) environments. Because VR strives to make things seem real, personal space violations to one’s personal avatar can be more jarring than similar violations in non-VR video […]