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Look no further: CSULB library returns this fall with changes to their search engine and website.

Look no further: CSULB library returns this fall with changes to their search engine and website.

August 23, 2017

While Cal State Long Beach students spent their summer in a blissful daze, uninterrupted by research papers and a constant stream of homework, projects and presentations — the CSULB library unveiled ...

Updated information on bus and shuttle schedules due to construction

Updated information on bus and shuttle schedules due to construction

August 22, 2017

The West Campus Circle will be closed until the end of fall semester due to construction. As a result, affected Long Beach Transit bus routes will take a detour. The affected bus routes are 91, 92, 93, 94, ...

University police pointers for new students

Mac Walby, Managing Editor

August 22, 2017

Filed under News

With the madness of move-in day, University Police came out with a mobile command center and “coffee with a cop” tables to help new students adjust to the area. Lt. Richard Goodwin and Sgt. Keith Caires were out with a number of officers from the department, even a new bomb-sniffing dog, who greeted the families and freshmen moving into Beachside dorms. Sgt. Caires was kind enough to do a quick question and answer for...

Campus traffic circle closes for construction

Campus traffic circle closes for construction

August 22, 2017

Overdue repairs have caused the West Campus turnaround, which directs traffic around Brotman Hall and the USU building, to be closed off from mid-July through early November. Upgrades to a campus storm ...

Annual move-in day sees ‘hellos’ and ‘goodbyes’

Annual move-in day sees ‘hellos’ and ‘goodbyes’

August 20, 2017

The turn of a new semester brought hundreds of incoming students to the Cal State Long Beach campus a week prior to kicking off the fall term. CSULB’s annual “move-in” event on Saturday  stretched f...

CSU to lower math requirements for some majors

Mac Walby, Managing Editor

August 9, 2017

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This story was updated on August 20, 2017 The Cal State University system announced intermediate algebra will be removed as a graduation requirement for non-STEM majors. “We’re not eliminating the math requirements in the CSU,” Christine Mallon, assistant vice chancellor of academic programs and faculty development at CSU, told EdSource. “We are removing the explicit intermediate algebra prerequisite from CSU [gen...

Eligible Students to be Guaranteed CSU Admission

James Chow, Assistant News Editor

June 29, 2017

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As part of the 2017-18 budget deal, the California State University system is moving toward granting guaranteed admission to qualified in-state students. Qualified applicants are those who meet its admission requirements of a 3.0 GPA and a completion of “A-G” course requirements. The guarantee is a way to give eligible applicants the chance to get into the CSU system. Students are often turned down after applying...

Long Beach Seeks to Improve Local Music Scene

Long Beach Seeks to Improve Local Music Scene

June 22, 2017

A Long Beach City Councilwoman garnered “oohs” and nods from music fans when introducing an agenda item that aims to improve the Long Beach music scene. Demonstrators inside the meeting hoisted blu...