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Local band brings unique music to Long Beach

Local band brings unique music to Long Beach

February 20, 2014

Victor Perez, a CSULB graduate, teamed up with students Johnny Romero, and Cameron Smith to bring Long Beach a new style of music. As their business cards boast, Romero Y Perez will "give you a performance...

Standup comedy, sitting down

Standup comedy, sitting down

Enedina Cisneros, Assistant Radio Producer

February 11, 2014

Filed under Podcasts

The small stage at the Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar in Long Beach lights up, and on cue Joe Eurell rolls out in his wheelchair. The small audience tenses up as his motor-chair gets stuck on the red curtai...

Alumna kickstarting an adventure

Alumna kickstarting an adventure

Kirsten Farmer, Staff Writer

December 17, 2013

Filed under Podcasts

Students take refuge at library during extended hours

Students take refuge at library during extended hours

December 17, 2013

Over the last week, CSULB's library kept its doors open all day and night for students studying for their final exams. During these late night cram sessions, students were seen camping out in sleeping...

Massages relieve stress during finals

Anita Wang, Contributing Reporter

December 17, 2013

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When stress strikes, ASI fights back with free massages. At the Student Recreation and Wellness Center at Cal State Long Beach, students lined up for a free five minute massage.  

Debating NSA and the great American data grab

Nicolas Rodriguez, Shane Newell, and James Delahoussaye

December 17, 2013

Filed under Columns, Podcasts

Since Edward Snowden released documents showing NSA tracks the phone and internet activity of millions of Americans, public outrage has spurred congressional hearings and most recently, a federal judge wrote that the practices were probably "unconstitutional." To debate this issue, Daily 49er's Opinions Editor Shane Newell argues for the right to privacy and Assistant Opinions Editor Nick Rodriguez takes the side of the NSA. Daily 49e...

Our View: Critiquing the war on Xmas

Our View: Critiquing the war on Xmas

December 8, 2013

It's inevitable. As every year wraps up, political pundits take to the airwaves to declare that there's a "war on Christmas." Daily 49er looked to its own editors to see if they prefer the phrase...

Students March for Filipino-American Veterans

Students March for Filipino-American Veterans

Carolina Solorio, Contributing Reporter

November 11, 2013

Filed under Podcasts

Every Veterans Day, students from universities surrounding the Los Angeles area gather to march in the Justice for Filipino-American Veterans, JFAV, event. The Pilipino American Coalition voiced it's presence...