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CSULB Academic Senate discusses proposed budget cuts with Jane Close Conoley

Lauren Martinez, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

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

Members of the Academic Senate gathered with President Jane Close Conoley Thursday to discuss what a limited fiscal budget could mean for students and faculty. “I don’t see that we’ll be cutting, as much as we’ll be slowing down a lot of stuff,” Conoley said. “Most of our money is in salaries, so it’s going to be, who do we get to hire?” Items such as resurfacing the parking lot and reducing costs at c...

Changes on the horizon for CSULB graduation

Changes on the horizon for CSULB graduation

February 6, 2018

Graduating seniors will be walking the commencement stage without the real-time bravado of graduation classic, “Pomp and Circumstance,” as live music has been cut from the budget this year, in additi...

Long Beach City Council moves forward with I-710 project alternative

Long Beach City Council moves forward with I-710 project alternative

Brigid McLaughlin, Contributing Writer

February 4, 2018

Filed under Events, Long Beach, News, Today

A I-710 freeway upgrade called Measure 5C promises bike path linkages and a zero and near-zero emission truck program to mitigate pollution caused by port traffic on the Long Beach freeway. The Long ...

CSULB sees record amount of applicants

CSULB sees record amount of applicants

February 4, 2018

Come this fall, Cal State Long Beach students may find their campus to be a little more claustrophobic than past semesters. The commuter campus has received a record 102,000 applications from underg...

ASI continues to fight against the tuition increase at CSULB

ASI continues to fight against the tuition increase at CSULB

January 31, 2018

Associated Students Inc. President Joe Nino confirmed Wednesday the vote for tuition increase conducted by the Cal State University Board of Trustees will be postponed until May. The decision will be m...

Clean Air Action Plan to reduce pollution

Clean Air Action Plan to reduce pollution

January 31, 2018

The port of Long Beach brings a number of things to the city: commerce, big boats and smog. Hundreds of stakeholders attended the State of the Port address Jan. 22, where Executive Director Mario Cord...

CSULB to remain weed free

CSULB to remain weed free

January 28, 2018

Stoners rejoice; recreational cannabis is now legal in California. However, students will still have to leave campus for their lawful toke.   The Spring 2018 semester began just after the state legalization...

Hit and run incidents, vending machine vandals and restraining orders

Hit and run incidents, vending machine vandals and restraining orders

Sabrina Flores, Assistant Photo Editor

January 27, 2018

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

Vending machine break-in: University Police were called to the courtyard of the nursing building Jan. 21 to investigate two vending machines that had been broken into. Upon arrival, police discovered ...