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Sexual assault reporting on the rise at CSULB

Sexual assault reporting on the rise at CSULB

November 12, 2015

At a campus that saw only two cases of sexual violence in all of 2014, police and California State University, Long Beach officials have seen at least eight cases of sexual assault reported this semester. Although...

Salutes from the Beach

Salutes from the Beach

John Broadway, Staff

November 12, 2015

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

Passionate speeches, a performance by the university choir, and free food highlighted CSULB’s annual Veteran’s Day celebration that took place on campus Tuesday afternoon. President Jane Conoley...

CSULB faculty member a recipient of a prestigious fellowship

Shawnkira Sanchez, Staff Writer

November 12, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

An assistant professor at California State University, Long Beach is one of the first CSU faculty to receive an award for early childhood curriculum. Child Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor Treshawn Anderson was one of 13 recipients to be awarded with the 2015 Simms/Mann Faculty Fellowship as announced on October 29 on the Simms/Mann Institute webpage. As one of the selected faculty fellows, Anderson...

Using the money where it counts

Abilene Carrillo, Assistant News Editor

November 10, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

Veterans who have served are encouraged to wait to use their benefits until they get to a 4-year university where the money “really counts.” According to the United States department of Veterans Affairs those who have served 36 months in active duty and were honorably discharged are able to use the benefits for their education. California State University, Long Beach has 563 Veterans on campus. Veterans who are using...

Stimulating your senses

Stimulating your senses

November 10, 2015

Able-bodied students experienced what it would be like to live with a disability on campus Monday afternoon. The Disabled Student Affairs and the Student Recreation and Wellness Center teamed up to...

Changes in funding for the President’s Scholars Program

Riva Lu, Staff Writer

November 8, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

The 20-year-old President’s Scholars Program at California State University, Long Beach will be seeing large structure and benefit changes come fall 2016. President Jane Close Conoley said that the changes are pending and will not affect the current scholars on campus right now. “We are telling students that they will be eligible for scholarships that would be as much as full tuition and full housing [for] up to t...

CSULB still searching for first-ever CIO

Joshua Kang, Staff Writer

November 8, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

As of this semester, California State University, Long Beach officially made history by becoming the only campus of the 23 CSU colleges to remain without a chief information officer. In its history, CSULB has never had a chief information officer. There have been numerous occasions on which CSULB has attempted to fill the executive position dating back as far as February 2013. Some of the key responsibilities of a CIO...

Come one, come all

Come one, come all

November 4, 2015

“Come pin the penis on the scrotum!” “Have you tried putting on a condom while intoxicated?” “Do you want to color in a vulva?” These questions aimed to draw students to CSULB’s...