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Cal State Long Beach continues to seek diversity in hiring

Daily 49er

February 10, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

The faculty at Cal State Long Beach are not diverse enough, according to the final interim report submitted by CSULB to the university's accreditation commission. The 2015 report, which looked favorably on all other aspects of the university, pointed out that professors still do not look enough like their students. While people of color make up 70 percent of the student population at CSULB, only 37 percent of faculty...

KBEACH students win Golden Mic award for program about the real lives of police officers

KBEACH students win Golden Mic award for program about the real lives of police officers

January 25, 2016

Students from Cal State Long Beach’s KBEACH radio station won two Golden Mic Awards at this year’s Radio and Television News Association’s dinner, an awards show honoring Southern California’s best in...

Last living “Big Six” civil rights leader, John Lewis, assembles troops for change

Last living “Big Six” civil rights leader, John Lewis, assembles troops for change

January 24, 2016

Over 1,000 activists cheered on civil rights pioneer Congressman John Lewis in his address at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Labor Breakfast in Los Angeles Jan. 23. The congressman spoke out against the racial...

California Pizza Kitchen sponsors Nohemi Gonzalez Department of Design fundraiser

California Pizza Kitchen sponsors Nohemi Gonzalez Department of Design fundraiser

January 24, 2016

California Pizza Kitchen is sponsoring a fundraiser Monday and Tuesday this week in honor of Nohemi Gonzalez, the Cal State Long Beach student killed in the Paris terrorist attacks Nov. 13, 2015. The m...

A not so merry Black Xmas

Ariana Sawyer, News Editor

January 4, 2016

Filed under Events, News, Today

A Black Lives Matter holiday boycott ended Jan. 3, following a recent uptick in protests.  Black Lives Matter, a political project seeking to revive the black liberation movement, declared Dec. 23 Black Xmas in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, and the San Francisco Bay Area. In Los Angeles, protesters blocked the southbound 405 freeway, and in San Francisco, they blocked CA-101, delaying access ...

Understanding microaggression in the workplace

Understanding microaggression in the workplace

December 1, 2015

A workshop on how to combat workplace aggression held Monday, taught students how to maintain professionalism while still standing up for themselves. With college students soon entering a long-term professional wor...

Angelenos join 175 countries in Global Climate March

Angelenos join 175 countries in Global Climate March

November 30, 2015

Hundreds of Southern California residents from North Hollywood to Long Beach joined the movement to push for comprehensive global and local legislations to regulate practices affecting the environment...

Relax your mind

Abilene Carrillo, Assistant News Editor

November 19, 2015

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

The stress of test taking is on every college student’s mind at one point or another. But as finals approach, how you deal with that stress could make all the difference. A seminar on test anxiety encouraged students on Wednesday to take charge of their mind, and allow themselves to think positive thoughts before taking a test. The seminar, called Making College a Breeze: Passing Test with Ease, was presented by Rob Michael Schle...