CSU rejects pay raise proposal from faculty

Greg Diaz, Editor-in-chief

July 31, 2015

Filed under Campus, CSU, News, Today

The California State University system last Wednesday rejected a proposal from the California Faculty Association that called for a 5 percent General Salary Increase for the coming academic year. The CSU had slotted a 2 percent... Read more »

CSU trustees approve presidents’ pay raises

Greg Diaz, Editor-in-chief

July 23, 2015

Filed under CSU, News, Today

The California State University Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 2 percent pay increase for CSU university presidents and executives on Tuesday. All 23 university presidents and the CSU chancellor, executive vice chancellors... Read more »

Power outage leaves parts of Long Beach in the dark

Collin James, Senior Reporter

July 17, 2015

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

An ongoing power outage in downtown Long Beach has forced government services and small businesses to close as electricians try to restore power. An equipment failure in the underground electrical vaults started a fire, which... Read more »

Baby, this is a firework

Paige Pelonis, Multimedia Managing Editor

July 5, 2015

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

In Long Beach, playing pyrotechnician is illegal. The city prohibits the sale and use of firework products and instead encourages residents to attend local firework events if they wish to watch aerial displays. Meanwhile, in... Read more »

CSULB, LBPD ink internship commitment

Sean Gallagher, Contributing Writer

July 5, 2015

Filed under Campus, Long Beach, News, Today

California State University, Long Beach and the Long Beach Police Department announced a comprehensive partnership on June 24, which is aimed to expand internships and hands-on opportunities for CSULB students. The new relationship... Read more »

Rain, rain, stay away: LB beaches make the grade

Nicca Panggat, News Editor

June 27, 2015

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

It is not often that a drought means good things for California. However, this year the lack of rainfall has helped to better the beaches in Long Beach, according to a report on water quality by Heal the Bay. The 25th annual... Read more »