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CSULB Academic Senate aims to offer a new certificate and additional bathrooms

Lauren Martinez, Staff Writer

February 18, 2018

Filed under Campus, News, Today

Heavy applause filled the Towner Auditorium Thursday as Cal State Long Beach’s Academic Senate passed not one, but two new proposals that could offer students additional degree and certificate plans. Members came to the unanimous decision to offer a new business analysis certificate, while 98 percent of members voted in favor of adding a bachelor’s in biochemistry. “The primary reason for this is to increase the fle...

Health center services halted for the day at CSULB

Health center services halted for the day at CSULB

February 15, 2018

Student Health Services closed unexpectedly after a water main was found leaking Thursday. Carmen Taylor, vice president of student affairs, sent an email en masse to all campus members at 1:07 p.m. According to Ta...

Rodents spotted in Los Alamitos dorms

Rodents spotted in Los Alamitos dorms

February 14, 2018

On and off throughout the years, rodents have found a home in the walls and vents of Los Alamitos dorms at Cal State Long Beach — and they seem to have made a comeback this spring. Last semester, ...

Student Health Services adds free accommodations for students

Student Health Services adds free accommodations for students

February 14, 2018

Plans of a renovation for the Student Health Center facility were announced Wednesday at the Associated Students Inc. meeting. Mary Ann Takemoto, associated vice president of student affairs, made an app...

Student Health Services encourages safe sex for National Condom Day

Student Health Services encourages safe sex for National Condom Day

February 14, 2018

Heart-shaped buckets filled with assorted condoms, sweet treats and dental dams occupied a booth set out at the Maxson Plaza by the Student Health Services Wednesday. The Student Health Services took the oppo...

Long Beach City Council to draft new ordinance to help stop bicycle theft

Long Beach City Council to draft new ordinance to help stop bicycle theft

Cris Rivera, Contributing Writer

February 14, 2018

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Long Beach City Council voted to draft an ordinance that would lessen the sale of disassembled bicycle parts and ban bicycle chop-shops. According to the Long Beach...

CSULB celebrates Black History Month with #BlackHerStories event

CSULB celebrates Black History Month with #BlackHerStories event

February 14, 2018

An illustration of a woman with a perfectly coiffed afro, layered atop a magenta background, was projected against a large wall in the University Student Union ballroom Tuesday evening as organizers w...

CSULB professor reveals new research on pandas

CSULB professor reveals new research on pandas

February 14, 2018

Ted Stankowich always dreamt of studying dinosaur bones, but by the time he was studying at Cornell University, he had found a new love — animal behavior research. He discovered this new interest after an int...