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Student with knife no longer CSULB employee

Ariana Sawyer, News Editor

April 3, 2016

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

  The student who displayed a knife in a sociology class Feb. 25 is no longer employed by Cal State Long Beach police as a Community Service Officer, according to President Jane Close Conoley. “We cannot divulge student conduct disciplinary action because of federal law, but I can share that he is no longer an employee of CSULB,” Conoley said in an email Saturday. The Family Educational Rights and Priva...

Cal State Long Beach student arrested for having two knives

Cal State Long Beach student arrested for having two knives

Matt Simon, Staff Writer

April 3, 2016

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

University Police arrested a student March 24 after receiving an anonymous report that the student was in possession of two knives, according to a campus safety notification from Chief of Police Fernando S...

Students hold silent protest at police job fair

Students hold silent protest at police job fair

April 3, 2016

As students attended a police job fair, a row of protesters stood in silence with signs that spoke for them. On March 24, Cal State Long Beach held a police job fair in front of the University Student U...

CALPIRG protests outside Long Beach City Hall to continue plastic bag ban

CALPIRG protests outside Long Beach City Hall to continue plastic bag ban

April 3, 2016

A 30-foot-wide inflatable turtle sat on the lawn outside  Long Beach City Hall to protest against overturning the plastic bag ban March 24. Dressed up in green shirts and holding posters, 20 students li...

Students reveal ICE deportation, other fears at forum on knife incident

Students reveal ICE deportation, other fears at forum on knife incident

March 24, 2016

  What was initially scheduled to be a 90-minute discussion between students and administration turned into a four and a half hour outpouring of students’ fear, frustration and demands for cha...

Fight for Five expects traffic

Fight for Five expects traffic

March 21, 2016

In the event that the “Fight for Five” strike occurs, it may be difficult to get on campus. While picket lines will be stationed at every entrance, the California Faculty Association said those strik...

Gentrification: Boon or boogeyman?

Gentrification: Boon or boogeyman?

March 21, 2016

Housing prices have skyrocketed; the city streets are always under construction; new and expensive businesses seem to appear overnight. Long Beach is becoming gentrified. “It’s easy to turn gent...

Few students request knives on campus

Ariana Sawyer, News Editor

March 21, 2016

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

University Police said they have no written record of giving permission to the 20-year-old male student who displayed a knife in a sociology class Feb. 25. “I have no written documentation concerning an approval to carry a weapon on campus by any student,” said University Police spokesman Lt. Richard Goodwin. That’s because requests to carry have been so few and far between that Cal State Long Beach Chief of ...