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CSULB seeks volunteers for annual Martin Luther King Jr. event

CSULB seeks volunteers for annual Martin Luther King Jr. event

February 6, 2018

To commemorate the contributions of the late civil rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr., the Office of Multicultural Affairs will be hosting an event in which students can participate in community-wi...

From state prison to state university

From state prison to state university

February 4, 2018

Spending any amount of time locked up in prison or jail can lead to trauma and isolation that can be disorientating. Many incarcerated individuals have found it difficult to integrate back into society...

Long Beach City Council moves forward with I-710 project alternative

Long Beach City Council moves forward with I-710 project alternative

Brigid McLaughlin, Contributing Writer

February 4, 2018

Filed under Events, Long Beach, News, Today

A I-710 freeway upgrade called Measure 5C promises bike path linkages and a zero and near-zero emission truck program to mitigate pollution caused by port traffic on the Long Beach freeway. The Long ...

CSULB sees record amount of applicants

CSULB sees record amount of applicants

February 4, 2018

Come this fall, Cal State Long Beach students may find their campus to be a little more claustrophobic than past semesters. The commuter campus has received a record 102,000 applications from underg...

Survey at CSULB for eventual new dorms offers big incentives

Survey at CSULB for eventual new dorms offers big incentives

February 4, 2018

The housing department at Cal State Long Beach has launched a campus-wide survey that will include a range of incentives, with free tuition as the grand prize. The survey began on Feb. 1 and will close...

Board of Trustees meeting discusses tuition hike for CSU students

Board of Trustees meeting discusses tuition hike for CSU students

February 4, 2018

Trailing the announcement of a potential increase in tuition last November, the Cal State University Board of Trustees met Tuesday to discuss the issue again in more concrete terms. Going into the 2018-2019...