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Cal State Long Beach Police reform protest opens dialogue among students

Roberto Herrera, Assistant Social Media Editor

September 12, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, News

Students, protestors and criminal justice professionals gathered in front of the Cal State Long Beach free speech area to discuss police reform and the steps students can take to create a better dialogue between minority groups and law enforcement.   The protest was the result of a student-driven petition regarding police brutality, racial profiling and police reform that was ignored multiple times by the White House. ...

Salud a la Vida hosts sexual health workshop at Cal State Long Beach

Elizabeth Ortiz, Staff Writer

September 12, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, News

Salud a la Vida, the group responsible for the condom dispensers in bathrooms at Cal State Long Beach, hosted part one of a two-part health education workshop series for students Monday night at the social science and public affairs building.. As part of Latinx Heritage month, the Salud a La Vida workshop series is geared toward those in the Latinx community, although all are welcomed to attend. Luis Angel Cendejas, a g...

Cal State Long Beach hosts September 11 Remembrance Day

Cal State Long Beach hosts September 11 Remembrance Day

September 11, 2016

On Sept. 11, 2001, 2,977 innocent people died in the largest terrorist attack on U.S soil; fifteen years later, Cal State Long Beach students, faculty, and staff gathered to honor the lives lost in the ...

Heating and cooling upgrades will soon keep Cal State Long Beach comfortable

Heating and cooling upgrades will soon keep Cal State Long Beach comfortable

Daniela Alvarez, Staff Writer

September 11, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, News, Uncategorized

Behind the dirt, loud drilling and obstructed routes from construction fences near Brotman Hall and the University Student Union, there are plans to continue making Cal State Long Beach a more sustain...

Cal State Long Beach Carpenter Center closes curtains on NWC

Cal State Long Beach Carpenter Center closes curtains on NWC

September 7, 2016

The controversial play “N*gger, W*tback, Ch*nk,” will no longer be playing at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center after President Jane Close Conoley said the university would not support it as a part ...

CSULB’s College of Engineering welcomes incoming engineers

Roberto Herrera, Staff Writer

September 7, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, News

Engineering students were greeted with puppies, sandwiches and candy at Cal State Long Beach's Engineering Welcome Day Wednesday. The afternoon event was held on the Outpost Lawn, next to the Vivian Engineering Center. “Our mission today is to inform students of the different resources they have,” said Teresa Rebolledo, a freshman majoring in civil engineering who was working at the College of Engineering tent. The College of Engineering hosted the event to give stud...

Crime blotter: student violence and trespassers apprehended

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

September 7, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News

 Student Violence University Police received a call on Aug. 31 about two female students who had an altercation outside of Brotman Hall. The two had no prior relationship. The victim had her hair pulled by the suspect after words were exchanged between the two. The suspect left the area and the incident is currently under investigation. Another Trespasser Spotted on Campus A male wearing a gray hoodie and dark pant...

Cal State Long Beach Associated Students Inc. update

Meghan McGillicuddy, Staff Writer

September 7, 2016

Filed under ASI, Campus, News

Here’s what you missed at this week’s Associated Students Inc. Senate meeting: ASI President Marvin Flores told the senate that he was working on a campaign to increase the maximum amount of units a student can sign up for. During the first round of registration, a student can sign up for a maximum of 14 units. Flores wants to increase this initial number to 16 units. Flores also told the senate he is working ...