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LBSU engineering student receives $6,000 scholarship

LBSU engineering student receives $6,000 scholarship

Sarah Vehrs, Enterprise Editor

October 10, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Today

When Daria Antonova contemplated what field to go into after high school, she looked up to a cousin who earned her degree in civil engineering. Inspired by this role model in her life, as well as a stron...

Christiana Koch advocates for people with disabilities

Christiana Koch advocates for people with disabilities

September 30, 2018

At age 8, Christiana Koch was diagnosed with autism, but she felt different from her peers before then. She didn’t understand why the classmates avoided her, and felt being homeschooled already made...

A Daily 49er conversation with President Jane Close Conoley

A Daily 49er conversation with President Jane Close Conoley

James Chow, News Editor

September 12, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Showcase, Today

The Daily 49er sat down with President Jane Close Conoley Wednesday, Sept. 5 to ask her about her ambitions for the new semester and her hopes for the future of the campus. Conoley touched on new housing ...

Student employee union bargains for new, stronger contract

Student employee union bargains for new, stronger contract

September 9, 2018

The union that represents 9,000 teaching assistants, graduate assistants and instructional student assistants is bargaining for a stronger contract for better wages, more benefits, job security and pr...

Carolyn Bremer, associate director of Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, dies at 60

Carolyn Bremer, associate director of Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, dies at 60

September 4, 2018

Carolyn R. Bremer, associate director of the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, accomplished composer and beloved faculty member died unexpectedly on Sunday. She was 60. A memorial service celebrating her life will be...

New car-sharing app to launch at Long Beach State in September

New car-sharing app to launch at Long Beach State in September

August 28, 2018

When life doesn’t give you Papa John’s Pizza, you make an app. At least that’s what brothers Matthew and Michael Vega-Sanz did after having to settle for Domino’s Pizza, because there was no ...

8 past grads share their secrets to success

James Chow, News Editor

May 19, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Showcase, Today

Every year, after the confetti has been swept, the caps have been thrown and the bleachers are packed away, graduates are ready to take a leap into the job hunt. For some, attaining a job in their desired fields after college takes a lot of time. For others, it’s a short journey to employment. We asked a few Cal State Long Beach alumni to share their experiences and advice on how to get a job and keep it.   ...

Former foster youth students share their stories

Former foster youth students share their stories

May 13, 2018

Lauren-Michelle Hardge has lived the last several years of her young adulthood in what she calls "survival mode."   Hardge, 25, grew up in Inglewood and was put into the foster system at 6 years old...