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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...

CSULB UPD releases photo of person of interest

CSULB UPD releases photo of person of interest

October 2, 2016

Cal State Long Beach University Police Department has issued a photo of a woman identified as a “person of interest” for passing counterfeit $100 bills on campus. According to a UPD crime bulletin, there were th...

Crime Blotter: public intoxication in dorms and vandalism outside Coffee Bean

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

September 28, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

Public Intoxication At Dorms Two students were reported to to University Police for public intoxication Sept. 23. The incident happened in the Pacific Hall at the Beachside Dorms. The incident was handled in-house by a Residential Advisor. Vandalism Outside Coffee Spot Tuesday, faculty reported vandalism outside of the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf near the University Student Union. Swastikas and the words “Hitler will ris...

Crime blotter: sexual assault reported and statue stolen

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

Student Comes Forward After Sexual Assault A female reported Friday that she was sexually assaulted in February. The reported suspect is someone she knows. Student Stalked By Classmate Tuesday afternoon, a female student reported that she was being stalked by a fellow classmate. The reported suspect texted her and called her repeatedly, while also waiting for her outside of class. Student Backpack Stolen A male...

Crime blotter: lights stolen and family violence

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

September 14, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News

Son attacks father A father and son were brought to the University Police station by a faculty member Monday after the son hit the father. Upon being interviewed by a police officer, the father revealed that his differently-abled son had hit him, but he did not wish to file a report about the incident. Japanese Gardens loses its lights On Monday, the Earl Miller Japanese Gardens staff reported a theft of courtyard ...