Daily 49er

‘Breathe’ campaign: A catalyst for tobacco-free transformation

Seth Perlstein, Staff Writer

January 25, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Features, News

The unmistakable smell of e-cigarette vapor wafted from around the corner of the Vivian Engineering Center at California State University, Long Beach. The invisible, nanoparticle- and carcinogen-infused exhalation flowed freely down the narrow corridor, past the glass-encased Mars rover exhibit, and into the semi-enclosed quad along Deukmejian Way. At the inception point of the gaseous trail sat Hernan Lozada, a CSULB ci...

Breathe campaign looks to put out cigarettes on campus by fall semester

Breathe campaign looks to put out cigarettes on campus by fall semester

January 25, 2016

A new campaign implemented by the Cal State Long Beach Tobacco and Smoke Free Task Force is aiming to give CSULB students a healthier campus environment. The Breathe Campaign will officially launch ...

California Faculty Association and Cal State Long Beach students participate in Chancellor White’s forum

California Faculty Association and Cal State Long Beach students participate in Chancellor White’s forum

January 22, 2016

Dozens of Cal State Long Beach students and faculty adorned red shirts that read “I don’t want to strike, but I will” as California State University Chancellor Timothy P.  White took questions regarding...

CSU chancellor will visit Cal State Long Beach Thursday

CSU chancellor will visit Cal State Long Beach Thursday

January 21, 2016

California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White will hold an open forum today where students will be able to discuss innovation on campus that leads to student success. White has been on a systemwide tour of all t...

Los Angeles Federation, other unions say they’ll strike with Cal State faculty

Los Angeles Federation, other unions say they’ll strike with Cal State faculty

January 19, 2016

The California Faculty Association announced Tuesday that it is still prepared to strike if California State University Trustees refuse to raise wages once fact-finding reports are released. And t...

Probable strike for California Faculty Association as negotiations continue to stagnate

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, Staff Writer

January 19, 2016

Filed under CSU, News, Today

Meetings between the California Faculty Association and the California State University system have yet to conclude with an agreeable resolution for either side. The CFA’s “Fight for Five” campaign will settle for nothing less than a 5 percent general increase in teacher salaries. On Wednesday, the CFA issued their fact-finding report to the CSU regarding a 5 percent pay increase for university teachers, faculty,...

‘Fight for Five’ protest marches on CSU offices during Board of Trustees meeting

‘Fight for Five’ protest marches on CSU offices during Board of Trustees meeting

November 17, 2015

A sea of red overtook the lawn and plaza in front of the California State University Office of the Chancellor Tuesday on Golden Shores in Downtown Long Beach where the California Faculty Association protested f...

The Million Student March wave lands at CSULB

The Million Student March wave lands at CSULB

November 13, 2015

Over 100 students marched through the CSULB campus today taking part in the Million Student March, a wave of student protests on college campuses across the nation to demonstrate against various social and educ...