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Spring break drivers are at greater risk of an accident

Madison Moore, Contributing Writer
March 26, 2015
Filed under Investigative, National, News, Off campus

A new study found that car crash fatalities spike by nearly 10 percent nationally during spring break.   The study, published in Economic Inquiry in March, analyzed 14 spring break hotspots across seven states, including California and Arizona, according to researcher Michael T. French, a... Read more »

California State University Board of Trustees discusses employee equity and Graduation Initiative 2025

Gene Kumagai, Contributing Writer
March 25, 2015
Filed under News

The California State University Board of Trustees held the first of two open meetings at the Chancellor’s office Tuesday and unanimously ratified a collective bargaining agreement with university police and discussed CSU policy and programs. At the meeting, Jeff Solomon, an associate of the State... Read more »

Sexual assault under investigation

Collin James, Contributing Writer
March 25, 2015
Filed under Crime, News

Daily 49er Police Beat Sexual assault under investigation University Police are investigating a sexual assault case that occurred at the campus dorms on Friday, Goodwin said. The victim and the alleged attacker were both males and both lived in the same... Read more »

CSU faculty protests administration raises

CSU faculty protests administration raises

Collin James, Contributing Writer
March 25, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase

The California Faculty Association brought attention to the growing pay gap between school faculty and administrators by releasing the second part of their “Race to the Bottom” series on Tuesday. The report, known as the “white papers,” shows that over the last 10 years, the California State... Read more »

Peer support for recovering addicts provides positive outcomes

Riva Lu, Contributing Writer
March 24, 2015
Filed under News

A program through the Student Health Services center is attempting to deconstruct the stigma behind addiction amongst students. California State University, Long Beach’s Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs program will be screening “Anonymous People,” a 90-minute film that documents stories... Read more »

CSULB students considering teaching can learn more at Education Week

CSULB students considering teaching can learn more at Education Week

Elexis DeLeon-Bryant, Contributing Writer
March 24, 2015
Filed under News

Tucked away in the north end of campus and in the back of most students’ minds is the College of Education. The College of Education is hosting Education Week at California State University, Long Beach all week to highlight the services and programs it offers students. “[The CED] feels this... Read more »

Big money towards big drought

Madison D’Ornellas, Assistant News Editor
March 23, 2015
Filed under News

In efforts to tackle the state’s on-going drought issue, Governor Jerry Brown announced last week that he joined a $1 billion-dollar legislation on the subject. The legislation proposes to “expedite bond funding to make the state more resilient to the disastrous effects of climate change and help... Read more »

Long Beach College Promise partners win award

Amy Patton, News Editor
March 23, 2015
Filed under News

The Long Beach College Promise could “create a sea of change” in the California Education system, University President Jane Close Conoley said in a press release Friday. “I want to thank Governor Brown for his vision in creating the Innovation Award,” Conoley said. Out of 14 finalists and... Read more »