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California Faculty Association invited faculty members to voice their individual campus safety opinions

Payton Cōplin and Roslin Ojeda, Staff Writers

October 4, 2017

Filed under Campus, News, Today

A forum geared toward faculty safety took place Wednesday at the Karl Anatol Center and allowed 40 members of Cal State Long Beach to voice their concerns about protocol in the event of an emergency. Deborah Hamm, California Faculty Association representative and education lecturer,  led the discussion alongside Mark Wiley, associate vice president of faculty affairs at CSULB. Less than an hour into the conversation, the for...

Long Beach Bike Share expected to see arrival on CSULB’s campus in the future

Long Beach Bike Share expected to see arrival on CSULB’s campus in the future

October 4, 2017

By reducing greenhouse gas emissions, students can breathe easier — or maybe, harder — in the coming months when Cal State Long Beach brings Bike Share’s bright blue bicycles to campus. To start...

Vegas shooting witness describes “pure terror” at scene

Vegas shooting witness describes “pure terror” at scene

October 3, 2017

The moment a sharp popping sound interrupted country singer Jason Aldean at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday night, concert-goers were unaware that they were about to become ...

Sociology student’s life is remembered by Cal State Long Beach

Sociology student’s life is remembered by Cal State Long Beach

October 2, 2017

Cal State Long Beach student Estephan Hernandez died Thursday Sept. 28 during a drive-by shooting in Compton. The 21-year-old senior sociology student was struck down in the intersection of East 148th ...

Faculty flustered over new parking permit system

Faculty flustered over new parking permit system

October 2, 2017

Unanticipated citations due to the new license plate recognition system implemented on campus this semester are frustrating numerous faculty over time spent contesting the parking violations. In an...

Students have the chance to learn what they can do to preserve the planet

Sahara Barba, Staff Writer

October 1, 2017

Filed under ASI, Campus, Events, News, Today

In an attempt to make Cal State Long Beach a more eco-friendly campus, Physical Planning and Facilities Management recently installed the biggest solar panels project in the Cal State University system. Sustainability and Associated Students Inc. are hosting several events throughout October intended to raise environmental awareness, including competitions to win prizes. Since the competitions are monthlong, sustainab...

La Raza Student Association demonstrates in honor of Ayotzinapa 43

La Raza Student Association demonstrates in honor of Ayotzinapa 43

September 27, 2017

Wednesday afternoon, the free speech lawn at Cal State Long Beach became a sea of white signs, bearing the faces of the 43 Mexican students who mysteriously disappeared three years ago in Guerrero, Mexico. ...

Eco-friendly water bottles could help the environment save students money

Eco-friendly water bottles could help the environment save students money

September 26, 2017

Associated Students, Inc. transitioned from selling plastic water bottles to reusable water bottles that are now available to purchase at all ASI vendor locations including, the Games Center, Universit...