Daily 49er

First amendment panel at CSULB

Jason Enns, Arts & Life Editor

September 21, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, Long Beach, News

A panel discussion on protected speech in an election cycle invited Cal State Long Beach student-journalists, news directors and topic specialists to offer insight on today’s media issues. Union Weekly Editor-in-Chief Alex Ramos, Kbeach Radio’s News and Sports Director Rebecca Perez and Daily 49er Editor-in-Chief Micayla Vermeeren joined the discussion yesterday in the University Student Union Auditorium at 4:30 p.m. The...

The Body Positive teaches The Beach self love

The Body Positive teaches The Beach self love

Nubia Valdez, Staff Writer

September 20, 2016

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

Every seat in the Anatol Center was filled with Cal State Long Beach students, faculty and community members during part one of The Body Positive presentation. This dialogue kicked off body positivity mont...

Ethnic studies faculty dialogue inspires NWC cancellation

Miranda Andrade-Ceja, Managing Editor

September 20, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, Long Beach, News

The provocatively titled play “N*gger, W*tback, Ch*nk” will not live to see a second year at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center after being cancelled by Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley due to negative feedback from ethnic studies faculty. Subsequently, the executive director of the arts center, Michele Roberge, resigned while citing protest of censorship. After reports of the cancellation flooded so...

CSULB’s Japanese Garden celebrates its 35th anniversary Friday night

CSULB’s Japanese Garden celebrates its 35th anniversary Friday night

September 18, 2016

Red tables surrounded the pond at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Friday night as members of the Friends of the Japanese Garden celebrated the garden’s 35th anniversary.  A string quart...

Crime blotter: lights stolen and family violence

Selena Gonzalez, Staff Writer

September 14, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News

Son attacks father A father and son were brought to the University Police station by a faculty member Monday after the son hit the father. Upon being interviewed by a police officer, the father revealed that his differently-abled son had hit him, but he did not wish to file a report about the incident. Japanese Gardens loses its lights On Monday, the Earl Miller Japanese Gardens staff reported a theft of courtyard ...

Constitution Day comes to Cal State Long Beach

Constitution Day comes to Cal State Long Beach

September 14, 2016

Every seat was filled at Wednesday’s 2016 Constitution Day Panel, with students eager to learn about serious First Amendment issues regarding the future of our country. The panel, held in Psychology...

Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library opens its doors to the public

Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library opens its doors to the public

September 11, 2016

After decades of planning, a new branch of the Long Beach Public Library opened in north Long Beach on Saturday. The Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library’s grand opening was attended by Mayor Robert...

Cal State Long Beach Carpenter Center closes curtains on NWC

Cal State Long Beach Carpenter Center closes curtains on NWC

September 7, 2016

The controversial play “N*gger, W*tback, Ch*nk,” will no longer be playing at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center after President Jane Close Conoley said the university would not support it as a part ...