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CSULB hosts the 48th annual Pow Wow

CSULB hosts the 48th annual Pow Wow

March 13, 2018

Once a year, decedents of the Tongva people are invited to come together for a homecoming of sorts to relish in the celebration of culture through song, dance and quality time. Donned in traditional ga...

American Indian Pow Wow draws a crowd at CSULB

American Indian Pow Wow draws a crowd at CSULB

March 11, 2018

The central quad, usually occupied with napping students and darting squirrels, became a flurry of colorful cultural revelry this weekend during the 48th annual American Indian Pow Wow. The melodic chants...

Disturbances, public masturbation and grand theft

Disturbances, public masturbation and grand theft

Sabrina Flores, Assistant Photo Editor

March 11, 2018

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

Soda thief - A professor called the University Police to report a disturbance at the Subway located inside the University Student Union at 5:25 p.m. March 7. The incident involved three male subjects....

City Council moves ahead with Land Use Element plan

City Council moves ahead with Land Use Element plan

Grant Hermanns, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

Affordable housing units may be in Long Beach’s future — and not everyone is happy about it. The Land Use Element plan has been controversial and long-debated since the announcement to update it over a decade ago, despite many voices against it, Long Beach City Council v...

Long Beach State aims to enroll local students

Long Beach State aims to enroll local students

March 6, 2018

Since the university has continuously broken its application record each year, a growing concern among prospective students is whether acceptance will become increasingly difficult. In 2016, Long Be...

Metro Blue Line closure could affect CSULB

Metro Blue Line closure could affect CSULB

March 6, 2018

Students who rely on public transit could have a harder time getting around Los Angeles County after Metro revealed renovations that will cause an eight-month closure of the Blue Line. On Jan. 15 the Metro announced that th...

Long Beach residents take a stand for their city

Long Beach residents take a stand for their city

March 4, 2018

When Jedi Jimenez approached the podium at the People’s State of the City Thursday, he faced hundreds of Long Beach residents, crammed shoulder to shoulder in the pews of the First Congregational Chu...

Broken elevator, auto burglary and suspicious circumstances at CSULB

Broken elevator, auto burglary and suspicious circumstances at CSULB

Sabrina Flores, Assistant Photo Editor

March 4, 2018

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

Disturbance - While patrolling the vicinity of the College of Business Administration Building at 10:23 p.m. Feb. 28, a community service officer encountered a group of about eight people. Regarding the l...