inFocus: This Week at The Beach (9/8-9/14)

  • Academic senate staff member Aracely Montes samples fruit at the Circle K Ranch stand during the farmers market on Wednesday. (Sara Berkson)
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    Senior political science major Deric Mendes high-fives a Syrian child refugee during a soccer match at the Zaatari camp on his trip to Jordan in July. Read the story here. (Courtesy of Deric Mendes)
  • The Young Professionals, a band from the San Fernando Valley, perform on the USU Southwest Terrace on Wednesday. The performance is part of ASI's "Noontime Concert Series," which brings a different band to perform every week. (Amatullah Guyot)
  • Students crowd around piles of clothing at sale on the University Student Union Southwest Terrace on Tuesday. The yearly sale of Obey surplus clothing is the Zeta Phi Rho fraternity’s biggest fundraiser. (Amatullah Guyot)
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    Advocacy for a more transparent Cal State Long Beach presidential search is starting to catch fire with faculty members but remains out of touch with students. Micheal Pounds, professor in the film and arts department, speaks at the second town hall forum Wednesday. Read the story here. (Michael Ares)
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    Cal State Long Beach University Police removed signs prohibiting student parking in an adjacent neighborhood off Atherton Street Tuesday after realizing they were improperly placed. Read the story here. (Todd Johnson)
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    Senior geology major Leticia Martin, left, and geology graduate student Michelle Baroldi, right, work during a Geologic Writing class in Academic Services room 235, an active learning classroom, on Monday. Read the story here. (Todd Johnson)
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    Senior kinesiology major Nathan Ares works out in the LifeFit Center. Cal State Long Beach opened the doors to its first physical therapy and rehabilitation services center Monday. Read more here. (Todd Johnson)
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    Long Beach State volleyball setter Erin Juley celebrates a victory over College of Charleston on Friday. Read more in sports. (Todd Johnson)
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    Eleven bicycles were stolen on campus during the first three weeks of fall semester, according to University Police. Read the story here. (Todd Johnson)

Todd Johnson, Photo Editor

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