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Night of Relaxation encourages students to unwind

Night of Relaxation encourages students to unwind

May 5, 2015

At the apex of the student stress season, the Student Recreation and Wellness Center will be hosting an event to promote relaxation to let students unwind. Night of Relaxation will take place on Wednesday...

Parking spaces will be added to employee lot 7 at CSULB

Parking spaces will be added to employee lot 7 at CSULB

May 4, 2015

In order to accommodate the lack of desired faculty spaces, 100 parking spots will be added to employee lot 7 off of Seventh Street in. “We’ve heard from many people for a while that there’s more...

ASI resolution protects transgender students

Mindy Lockhart, Contributing Writer

April 30, 2015

Filed under ASI, Campus, News, Today

Students will now be able to register under a preferred name. The Associated Students Inc. Senate passed a resolution Wednesday to allow students to use a preferred name in California State University, Long Beach class roster sheets, Beach Board and student ID cards. The original intent of the resolution was to shield transgender students from being “outed” when professors or lecturers call their legal names during...

Training centers look to centralize with relocation

Training centers look to centralize with relocation

April 27, 2015

Employees of the Child Welfare Training Center at California State University, Long Beach home will vacate the Foundation Building on State University Drive at the end of June. The center hosted one...

California Department of Public Health declares measles outbreak over

California Department of Public Health declares measles outbreak over

Gene Kumagai, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

The spread of measles that has been hanging over California’s shoulder for the past five months came to a close last week. Dr. Michael Carbuto, the head physician at Student Health Services in California...

Killer bee infestation at CSULB prove difficult to get rid of

Killer bee infestation at CSULB prove difficult to get rid of

April 23, 2015

The eradication of a bee colony in the Engineering and Computer Science building is part of an ongoing battle to remove increasingly aggressive swarms from the campus. Grounds and Landscape Services...

CSULB hosts Earth Week

Riva Lu, Contributing Writer

April 21, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

Greenery is in short supply for this year’s Earth Day in on campus. In honor of Earth Day, the Associated Students Inc. is hosting Water You Doing Wednesday on campus to focus on the water issues of the California drought. At the event, Facilities Management will be showcasing some potential drought resistant plants that could be planted around campus. “We are currently converting 90,000 square feet of lawn to sustainable...

Experts to discuss drones at CSULB

Kevin Flores, Video Producer

April 21, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

In line with recent Federal Aviation Administration regulations governing the use of commercial and personal drones, the College of Engineering will be hosting an expert panel as part of its ongoing Distinguished Lecture Series. Speakers at the event will discuss the future of technology and what impacts it may have on the daily lives of civilians. “The Age of Drones and New Societal Concerns” will take place at The Poi...