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Body found near Parking Structure 1

Body found near Parking Structure 1

November 4, 2016

Early this morning, Cal State Long Beach University Police discovered a dead body near Parking Structure 1, next to the Walter Pyramid. According to the UPD activity log, a call regarding an incidentÂ...

Crime Blotter: traffic collision and injured squirrel

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

Traffic Accident on Campus: A traffic collision was reported on Sunday off of Palo Verde Avenue. The suspect ran into the delivery gate at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. The gate is on the south side of the complex in Lot 11. The fire department showed up to treat the driver, who was then released. There were no injuries to report. The driver was unlicensed, so he was cited at the scene. The gate was secured by ...

ASI joins Students for Quality Education in protest of proposed tuition increase

Meghan McGillicuddy, Staff Writer

October 26, 2016

Filed under ASI, Campus, Crime, CSU, Long Beach, News

The Associated Students, Inc. Senate passed a resolution to protest a possible California State University systemwide tuition hike at its meeting Wednesday night. The decision to raise tuition will be determined by a vote during the CSU Board of Trustees meeting Nov.15-16. In the meantime, ASI is encouraging students to protest the proposed hike on social media using the hashtag #DearBOT. #DearBOT is a part of a ...

Crime Blotter: domestic violence and assault charges

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

October 26, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News

Boyfriend targets girlfriend: A female reported her boyfriend SATURDAY to campus police for domestic violence. The suspect was arrested and charged. The incident happened at Los Alamitos Hall. The victim sustained a non permanent bodily injury. Both the victim and suspect were students. Assault at Parkside Commons: The University Police Department received a call Friday about a male who had assaulted a female friend at the ...

Cal State Long Beach changes streaming habits

Nubia Valdez, Staff Writer

October 23, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

Cal State Long Beach is currently undergoing changes in its campus media server due to legal examination over copyright issues, according to an email sent on Oct. 11 to faculty from Francine Vasilomanolakis, the instructional design coordinator for Academic Technology. Dean of the Library Roman Kochan and Associate Dean Tracey Mayfield discovered that videos from VHS tapes and DVDs were being taken and reformatted by fa...

Wheels up, feet down

Caitlyn Mendoza, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

Students coasting across campus on skateboards or scootering their way to class now have more than crowded walkways and narrow turns slowing their trips. Across campus, signs featuring Kevin Hart, a posed lemur and “pedestrian zone” warnings are set up to keep congestion to a minimum. The Risk Management Department of Cal State Long Beach has received complaints from employees who have been injured in accidents involving skateboards or bicycles. There were 45 accide...

CSULB’s not clownin’ around

CSULB’s not clownin’ around

Chrystina Schwartz, Staff Writer

October 12, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Features, Long Beach, News, Showcase

For the past few months, creepy clowns have been appearing all over the country — now, the sinister trend has spread to Southern California, according to multiple local media outlets. In the past c...

CSULB to host Coffee with a Cop

Meghan McGillicuddy and Daniela Alvarez, Staff Writers

October 5, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Events, Long Beach, News

Students can enjoy a cup of coffee with members of the Cal State Long Beach University Police Department Friday morning at Coffee with a Cop. The event, which will take place at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf in the University Student Union, is part of National Community Policing Week, which was enacted last month by President Obama. According to the Department of Justice’s website, National Community Policing Week is pa...