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Upcoming workshops to offer tips on job hunting for students

Haley Martinez, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017

Filed under Events, News, Today

As the semester comes to an end, the Career Development Center will be hosting eleven workshops and events from Nov. 28 to Dec. 7. Those who would like to attend a workshop must login to CareerLink and select the workshop they would like to attend and RSVP, in order to get priority seating. Resume Workshop - Nov. 28 The first workshop is Tuesday at 2 p.m. where Jina Lee Flores M.S. lead career counselor will go ove...

New regulation could change the way students participate in rallies

Holly Bartlow and Kat Schuster, Staff Writers

November 26, 2017

Filed under Campus, CSU, Events, News, Today

As a result of heightened tensions surrounding controversial speakers at campus rallies, Cal State Long Beach has implemented a new set of rules to inform students on how to practice their free speech rights within university grounds. Time, Place and Manner, a new set of guidelines tabbed on the university's free speech website, states that students must receive permission to film on campus. All students, regardless of their major mu...

Survivors and supporters gathered by the hundreds for Sunday’s #MeToo march

Survivors and supporters gathered by the hundreds for Sunday’s #MeToo march

November 13, 2017

Crowds of hundreds gathered within the bustling streets of Hollywood Sunday to march in protest against sexual harassment and assault. College students, celebrities, men and women of different ages...

Ceremony held at CSULB celebrates Veterans Day

Ceremony held at CSULB celebrates Veterans Day

November 11, 2017

Campus members can sigh a breath of relief on Veterans Day as they get a head start on their weekend and a small break from a busy semester. For some, the holiday is nothing more than this; for others,...

CSULB international student panel speaks to students in the American Language Institute

CSULB international student panel speaks to students in the American Language Institute

November 8, 2017

The most common obstacle international students face at Cal State Long Beach is learning a new language. As they sit in class among students vigorously scribbling their notes down, many of them struggle w...

CSULB Vice President Carmen Taylor and Dean Forouzan Golshani honored at NAACP awards

CSULB Vice President Carmen Taylor and Dean Forouzan Golshani honored at NAACP awards

Sarah Duenas, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Filed under Events, News, Today

Each year, 19 awards are given out to recognize individuals who fight for equality and diversity within their communities. The Long Beach chapter of the American National Association for the Advancement...

Students share their experience about race, ethnicity and diversity

Cris Rivera, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

As racial tensions continue to cause debate in America, the Students Talk About Race program is attempting to address and diffuse the issue. STAR is a six-hour training workshop hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs each semester. The STAR program started in 1992 thanks to James Sauceda, the director of the office of multicultural affairs and founder of the Multicultural Center at Cal State Long Beach. “We are tr...

Raising awareness of Native American history

Raising awareness of Native American history

November 5, 2017

Outside Liberal Arts 5, the Prospector Pete statue will be blindfolded this week as part of Native American Heritage Month. The public visual display dubbed "Blind to History" will be put on by the Americ...