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CSULB to extend contract with Special Olympics through 2017

CSULB to extend contract with Special Olympics through 2017

June 12, 2015

After a one-year break, the Southern California Special Olympics Summer Games are returning to California State University, Long Beach this weekend. This year’s games will utilize several of the campus’...

Engineering the future

Engineering the future

May 21, 2015

Meaning ‘new life’ in Latin, the LuxNova 3D printer could bring new bone life to animals and eventually humans. Created by a group of California State University, Long Beach engineering students,...

Tour of Long Beach cycles across the city for charity

Tour of Long Beach cycles across the city for charity

May 11, 2015

Childhood cancers make up less than 1 percent of all cancers diagnosed each year, yet over 10,000 children in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer in 2015, according to the American Cancer Society. The...

Bloody help: CSULB students pour some out

Bloody help: CSULB students pour some out

April 29, 2015

Cedars-Sinai Medical Group hosted its first blood drive of the year in the University Student Union Ballroom on Tuesday, and it will continue on Wednesday. The blood drive collects on average 300 pints...

President Jane Close Conoley wins Trailblazer Award at Legacy of Leadership Award Ceremony

President Jane Close Conoley wins Trailblazer Award at Legacy of Leadership Award Ceremony

April 29, 2015

Hundreds of women sat, stood or kneeled Monday evening in an overflowing conference room filled with uproarious laughter. California State University, Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley was one...

Rise of the drones: CSULB lecture tackles aerial dilemmas

Rise of the drones: CSULB lecture tackles aerial dilemmas

April 27, 2015

A pizza descends from the heavens in the clutches of an insect-like robot, giving a whole new meaning to the term “pie in the sky.” A future where this is the norm is not far off, according to experts...

A look inside a Nobel mind: Biologist Dr. Randy Schekman delivers the 36th Nobel Laureate Lecture at CSULB

A look inside a Nobel mind: Biologist Dr. Randy Schekman delivers the 36th Nobel Laureate Lecture at CSULB

April 12, 2015

Although scientists don’t always begin their careers expecting to win a Nobel Prize, it certainly doesn’t hurt having their name etched into the history of the honorary gold coin. Biologist Dr....

Learning from Long Beach leaders

Amy Patton, News Editor

April 7, 2015

Filed under Events, News

At a guest speaker series for the International Business Association Monday night, Mayor Robert Garcia encouraged attending students by urging the importance of persistence. “If you feel like it’s your time, then just go for it,” Garcia said. “You’re not going to win all of them; you win some, you lose some, but you try and you take some risks.” IBA hosts four different guest speakers each semester in order...