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Internationally united

Internationally united

November 17, 2015

Booths with mini Flags and bright balloons covered the University Student Union Southwest Terrace on Monday as a festival to educate others about cultures around the world kicked off. The annual Inte...

Accessibility and reliability

Colton Maines, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

An Open Data Panel at California State University, Long Beach discussed the advantages and shortcomings of having public government data on Monday. The panel that Gwen Shaffer, an assistant professor of the Journalism and Mass Communications Department, moderated was meant to inform Long Beach citizens about open data, in this case government data; ask any opinions for Long Beach to integrate an open data service; and...

Obituary: Nohemi Gonzalez dies at 23 while studying abroad in Paris

Obituary: Nohemi Gonzalez dies at 23 while studying abroad in Paris

Kevin Flores, Arts and Life Editor

November 16, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

  It was evident from her first day at the California State University, Long Beach: Nohemi Gonzalez was a little on the eccentric side. Jen San Juan who took a freshman public speaking class with...

CSULB mourns study abroad student killed in Paris

Kevin Flores and Greg Diaz

November 16, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

The California State University, Long Beach campus was on Sunday still trying to come to grips with the death of design student Nohemi Gonzalez, who was one of at least 129 killed in terrorist attacks carried out across Paris on Friday. Thousands packed a campus vigil Sunday evening that spilled out from the University Student Union into the Friendship Walk. Gonzalez, a senior industrial design major, was attending...

From abroad: French exchange students at CSULB share thoughts on Paris attacks

Jesus Ambrosio and Madison D’Ornellas

November 16, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

“When you’re so far away it feels like you’re not there for your country,” she said in a broken French-English accent with a hint of regret. Sophie Docquois, a junior English major who is studying abroad at California State University, Long Beach, and other students both international and local, faculty and staff are still grieving for the lives lost in Paris. The world seems a little bit smaller when countries...

Lighting the campus for the city of lights

November 16, 2015

Holding back tears and voice quivering, he joked that Nohemi Gonzalez would have hated this vigil because she hated attention. “See this, babe?” he rhetorically asked his deceased girlfriend as...

CSULB study abroad student killed in Paris attacks

November 14, 2015

California State University, Long Beach student Nohemi Gonzalez was among the at least 129 people killed in terrorist attacks carried out across Paris on Friday.   Gonzalez, a junior industrial design major, ...

The Million Student March wave lands at CSULB

The Million Student March wave lands at CSULB

November 13, 2015

Over 100 students marched through the CSULB campus today taking part in the Million Student March, a wave of student protests on college campuses across the nation to demonstrate against various social and educ...