Activism combats street hassling

Kirk McBatterson attempted to get the attention of Jessica Jeffries, senior biology major at California Baptist University, by catcalling her while they both were on vacation, separately, with friends. His first attempt did not work in McBatterson’s favor, and it took him two more tries to get Jeffries to give him a chance. Jeffries said


Dominique Dominguez, junior psychology major, helps team leader Julie Jones place items for sale on tables and help serve customers supporting their team
at the garage sale held by the Baltimore service project team.
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ISP gathers support

Each year, California Baptist University sends out hundreds of students on international and United States service projects. This year, teams are aiming to think outside the typical fundraising paths that have been done by teams in the past. Kelsey Lamb, junior psychology and communication studies double major, said her team sold knitted hats and headbands as


Taj Spencer, junior communication studies major and forward, finds his rhythm in the team’s offensive plan as he assists the team in a two-point win over Point Loma Nazarine University on Jan. 17.
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Lancer taps into talents

Finding a home and community at California Baptist University, Taj Spencer, junior communication studies major and forward for the men’s basketball team, wakes up every day able to see the different ways he has been taught to have a stronger game and personal code of conduct. “He is all CBU,” said Rick Croy, head coach of