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Dr. Robert LaChausse, professor of public health at California Baptist University, has been doing research into substance abuse prevention for 25 years.
News • January 09, 2023 04:25 PM

Professor's work focuses on substance abuse prevention

Dr. Robert LaChausse, professor of public health at California Baptist University, has been doing research into substance abuse prevention for 25 years.

On Jan. 2, whale watchers off the coast of Dana Point, California, got a treat of seeing a gray whale with her new baby. A senior at California Baptist University, Matt Stumpf, captured the drone footage of the mother whale and calf, which millions saw as it was aired on numerous news stations, including NPR and Fox News.
News • January 06, 2023 03:51 PM

CBU student captures footage of gray whale and newborn calf

On Jan. 2, whale watchers off the coast of Dana Point, California, got a treat of seeing a gray whale with her new baby. A senior at California Baptist University, Matt Stumpf, captured the drone footage of the mother whale and calf, which millions saw as it was aired on numerous news stations, including NPR and Fox News.

Many people start a new year making resolutions. They aim to start a good habit or stop a bad one.
News • January 06, 2023 11:11 AM

How to succeed (and give yourself grace) with new year's resolutions

Many people start a new year making resolutions. They aim to start a good habit or stop a bad one.

Cheers and excitement filled the Events Center during the two fall commencement ceremonies on Dec. 14. 

Family and friends celebrated as each name was called and the graduates walked across the stage. A total of 919 students were eligible to participate. Combined applications for graduation included 24 candidates for doctoral degrees, 285 for master’s degrees and 610 candidates for undergraduate degrees.
News • December 14, 2022 05:12 PM

CBU honors graduates at fall 2022 commencement ceremonies

Cheers and excitement filled the Events Center during the two fall commencement ceremonies on Dec. 14. Family and friends celebrated as each name was called and the graduates walked across the stage. A total of 919 students were eligible to participate. Combined applications for graduation included 24 candidates for doctoral degrees, 285 for master's degrees and 610 candidates for undergraduate degrees.