Ukraine crisis affects upcoming ISP Team trips

The Ukraine crisis has affected individuals worldwide. California Baptist University students are not exempt from these concerns, and CBU’s International Service Project (ISP) teams are experiencing the effects of the constant danger posed by the Russian invasion in a more personal way than a majority of the student body. The Mobilization Office, a division within […]

International Justice Mission fights human trafficking

There are many different clubs and organizations at California Baptist University, to offer students with a wide variety of interests different forums for connecting with people with similar interests or common pursuits.  For those students who are concerned about human trafficking and want to make a real difference in the local and global community, they […]

Lead singer of The Band Meal Swipes smiles onstage at WooFest.

Men take stage at WooFest

California Baptist University students clad in their semi-formal attire attended WooFest in the Events Center on March 6. This year’s event is the first time the annual event has returned since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The New Orleans-themed event featured performances by male students, including singing, dancing, spoken word and magic. To close […]

CBU students who attended the event got to witness traditional dances performed by the Polynesian dancers.

CBU hosts first school-wide API event

The sound of drums and cheers filled the basketball courts outside of Mission Hall as Polynesian dancers glided across the pavement. Across the lawn, students sat around a table learning how to make origami cranes while others received paper slips with their names hand-written in Arabic. The first Asian Pacific Islander Celebration took place on […]

The ASL club volunteers sign “I love you,” while posing for a group shot.

ASL students volunteer at local school

California Baptist University’s ASL club was represented at the Love & Literacy Across California event in the gym of the California School for the Deaf, Riverside (CSDR) on March 5. The event was presented by the Center on Deafness, Inland Empire (CODIE), and hosted by LEAD-K, an organization committed to providing language to deaf and […]

Azam Shaikh, currently pursuing a master of business administration, performs a stand-up comedy routine.

Open Mic night encourages students to share talents and demonstrate skills

The biannual tradition of Open Mic Night continued on March 17, St. Patrick’s Day. Community Life hosted this event to bring students together to showcase their talents.  This event featured 17 performances that included singers, stand-up comedy and musicians displaying their talents and skills. Open Mic Night involves students who grew up performing and love […]

National Society of Black Engineers gives representation to students

Just a few months after its start at California Baptist University, the National Society of Black Engineers CBU chapter has already begun making its mark on campus. The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is one of the largest student-governed organizations in the United States and has more than 600 student chapters committed to supporting […]