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CSULB hosts annual Psychology Day

CSULB hosts annual Psychology Day

April 4, 2018

Students were “psyched” Wednesday to dive into a full day of activities demystifying human behavior. The 46th Annual Psychology Day kicked off at 11 a.m. as attendees filing in were greeted by psych...

Nobel Prize winner to lecture at CSULB

Nobel Prize winner to lecture at CSULB

April 3, 2018

For those aspiring to become a physicist or glean something from a Nobel Prize winner, Cal State Long Beach members can look forward to a lecture from William Phillips. The 39th annual Nobel Laure...

Three car collision near CSULB leaves three injured

Three car collision near CSULB leaves three injured

April 1, 2018

An accident at the intersection of Bellflower Boulevard and Beach Drive at Cal State Long Beach left three people injured and three vehicles impacted after a blue Honda Element ran a red light around 3 p...

March for Our Lives takes Long Beach

March for Our Lives takes Long Beach

March 25, 2018

Long Beach joined the nation in the March for Our Lives event Saturday, as thousands gathered in Bixby Park to rally against gun violence. The national protest was inspired by the Parkland, Florid...

CSULB geography professor remembered for inspiring students

CSULB geography professor remembered for inspiring students

March 23, 2018

Friends, colleagues and students gathered for a memorial in Peterson Hall Thursday evening to honor Geography Professor Tom Frazier who died earlier this month at the age of 51 after 16 years of teaching at Cal State Long Beach. A crowd of 45 to 60 congregated around ph...

Legal woes raise questions over LBCC Hall of Champions inductee

Legal woes raise questions over LBCC Hall of Champions inductee

Mac Walby, Managing Editor

March 22, 2018

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

Cal State Long Beach faculty member Richard Foster will be inducted into the Long Beach City College “Hall of Champions” along with seven other former athletes, despite accusations from a former natio...

CSULB club builds a soilless aquaponics system

Jessica Jacobs, Staff Writer

March 21, 2018

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

Environmental Scientists are beginning to realize that 200,000 years of human existence is taking a toll on Earth’s outermost layer of soil. “Generating three centimeters of topsoil takes 1,000 years, and if current rates of degradation continue, all of the world’s top soil could be gone within 60 years,” said a senior United Nations official, according to a Huffington Post article. This reality prompted Cal S...

Locals rally over rent control in Long Beach

Locals rally over rent control in Long Beach

March 21, 2018

Renters, property owners and activists came out in droves Tuesday evening to rally against and for rent control in Long Beach, with signs in hand and opinions ready, over 100 people crowded city hall. ...