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Town hall to discuss changes to President’s Scholars program

John Broadway, Staff Writer

September 17, 2015

Filed under Campus, CSU, News, Today

Community members and concerned students will gather at the California State University, Long Beach Anatol Center on Friday to discuss the proposed changes to the school’s President’s Scholars program. Future president’s scholars at CSULB will soon face changes to the scholarship program that reduce the amount of aid offered in order to allow more students in, according to a statement from President Jane Close Cono...

CSULB renames College of Education building

CSULB renames College of Education building

September 17, 2015

Students at California State University, Long Beach will now know the College of Education Building 1 by a new name, following the structure’s rededication ceremony on Wednesday. The building was...

CSULB library to see new upgrades

49er Staff

September 17, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

Students at California State University, Long Beach may see new changes to the campus library as early as the end of the semester, according to Associated Students Inc.’s weekly meeting on Wednesday.   The renovations will begin in the next few weeks and will hopefully finish at the end of the fall semester or by spring semester at the latest, according to ASI officials.   Associated Dean of Library...

Thief, interrupted: Parkside has string of bike thefts

Thief, interrupted: Parkside has string of bike thefts

September 16, 2015

University Police received a call concerning a bike theft in progress around Building K at Parkside Commons on Sept. 8 at 3:30 p.m. The suspect was described as a white male in his 40’s with facial ...

Student-artist hits empowering note through art

Miranda Andrade-Ceja, Staff Writer

September 15, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Today

Art alone can spark revolution, no matter what medium. Whether it be through painting, poetry, or photography—art of any form can incite both anguish and rage. Mexican artist and revolutionary Frida Kahlo provided exactly this. Frida Kahlo serves as a groundbreaking and influential woman among chingonas everywhere—from her painted unibrow to her crown of flowers, Frida Kahlo’s image has grown to be iconic in every...

Tracking computer thieves

Tracking computer thieves

September 13, 2015

Thieves lifting laptops at California State University, Long Beach may be finding it hard to keep up the crimes, according to University Police. Due to advancements in tracking technology, laptop thefts...

CSULB’s annual lost and found auction sells off unclaimed goods

CSULB’s annual lost and found auction sells off unclaimed goods

September 13, 2015

Students at California State Unviersity, Long Beach gave some lost items a new home at the annual Lost and Found Auction, held Thursday on the Friendship Walk in front of the University Student Union. Ellie...

CSULB ranked among top 10 in science and arts programs

Josh Kang, Staff Writer

September 10, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

Art and science majors at California State University, Long Beach rank in the top 10 for overall return on investment, according to a national report by Payscale, an online salary, benefits and compensation information company. The College of the Arts and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at CSULB ranked fourth and ninth, respectively, in the company’s annual College Salary Report. Cyrus Parker-Jeanette,...