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Daily 49er at Cal State Long Beach receives recognition from Associated Collegiate Press

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, News Editor

August 29, 2016

Filed under Campus, Long Beach, News

The Associated Collegiate Press announced Monday that the Daily 49er is one of 30 finalists for the prestigious Newspaper Pacemaker award. According the the ACP’s website, the finalists were chosen because of their “professionalism, diverse coverage and risk-taking… clean design, engaging photography and creative, accurate headlines.” The 30 finalists were chosen from a pool of 155 applicants from universit...

Cal State Long Beach aids food insecure students with revamped food pantry

Yasmin Cortez, Multimedia Managing Editor

August 28, 2016

Filed under ASI, Campus, CSU, Long Beach, News, Showcase

After a year of planning, the Cal State Long Beach Food Pantry is now open to all current students. “The main goal of the pantry is to make sure that any student that is in need can be supported in such a simple way – like provided food,” said Logan Vournas, Associated Students Inc. Vice President. The expanded ASI Beach Pantry opened on Aug. 22 and is located in University Student Union room 302. To receive f...

Cal State Long Beach gets fit physically, mentally

Navy Keophan, Staff Writer

August 24, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Features, Long Beach, News, Showcase

When it comes to prioritizing student health and wellness, Cal State Long Beach is exceeding expectations in getting students fit mentally and physically. As one of six universities and colleges in the U.S. to win Active Minds’ Healthy Campus award, CSULB’s commitment to making mental health services available to all students was celebrated by the nonprofit as demonstrating excellence in promoting healthy physical and ment...

Cal State Long Beach breaks enrollment records

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, News Editor

August 23, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Long Beach, News

Cal State Long Beach is setting enrollment records this semester. During the annual Convocation address Friday, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley announced that enrollment for the fall 2016 semester is expected to be around 37,600 students, comprised of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. This number is the second highest in the university’s history, following the fall 2008 semester when enrollment was...

37,000’s a crowd

37,000’s a crowd

Micayla Vermeeren, Editor in Chief

August 22, 2016

Filed under Campus, Long Beach, News, Showcase, Today

  As classes began Monday morning, students and faculty alike saw what it means to host over 37,000 undergraduate students. Parking, which has long been a concern for those traveling to...

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Antonio Henriques and Riva Lu

July 6, 2016

Filed under Long Beach, News

Between summer classes, the Fourth of July, Long Beach’s annual Corgi beach party and headlines about campaign elections and email threads bombarding us from every which way, it’s easy to miss out on every news story that comes out. We’re here to keep you updated on all those stories that have fallen through the cracks, both in and out of our city.   Supreme Court Tied up on Immigration By Antonio Henriques, C...

Bayou by the Beach

Bayou by the Beach

June 22, 2016

The 30th annual Long Beach Bayou Festival returned to Long Beach June 18-19, bringing with it the culture of New Orleans. Rainbow Lagoon Park was transformed into a miniature Mardi-Gras celebration tha...

College graduates needed in science, technology, engineering and math

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, News Editor

June 22, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Long Beach, News

California public colleges are not producing enough graduates in the science, engineering, technology, mathematics and health fields, according to a press release from the Campaign for College Opportunity. The Campaign for College Opportunity is a research and advocacy non-profit that works with the community and the state to support colleges and their students. It is comprised of different groups including the Califor...