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UDP and University Bookstore to receive major upgrade

UDP and University Bookstore to receive major upgrade

February 28, 2018

For prospective and first-year students at Cal State Long Beach, a major renovation of the University Dining Plaza and University Bookstore may be something to look forward to. According to Michael Gar...

Lynwood High School visits CSULB as part of an education exchange

Lynwood High School visits CSULB as part of an education exchange

February 27, 2018

Ethnic studies students get a dose of college life at campus workshops.

Chemical reaction causes explosion in CSULB engineering lab

February 27, 2018

    Two engineering buildings were evacuated at Cal State Long Beach Tuesday after a chemical explosion sparked a fire, injuring a professor. The Long Beach Fire Department was dispatched...

Local coalition forms to give the neighborhood a voice and put slum lords on notice

Local coalition forms to give the neighborhood a voice and put slum lords on notice

February 25, 2018

The disruptive activities surrounding a Long Beach hotel were the subject of contention on Saturday, after community members in the Zaferia neighborhood rallied on 11th Street and Obispo Avenue Saturd...

CSULB President Conoley speaks to families of Long Beach about preparing for college

CSULB President Conoley speaks to families of Long Beach about preparing for college

February 25, 2018

Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley Sunday took the stage at a local church Sunday to deliver an emotional call to action — earn a college degree despite financial roadblocks.   “A ...

People’s State of the City to showcase city problems from residents’ perspectives

People’s State of the City to showcase city problems from residents’ perspectives

James Chow, Senior News Assistant

February 25, 2018

Filed under Events, Long Beach, News, Today

While Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia introduced city problems and statistics in his January State of the City event, one thing was missing from the speech: live resident input. “The people won't be denied, the people won't back down” are the first words of the...

City Council targets motels in potential ordinance expansion

City Council targets motels in potential ordinance expansion

Grant Hermanns, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

After numerous complaints and phone calls from all over the city, the Long Beach City Council will look at expanding a pilot program targeting nuisance motels. These motels have created problems that have...