Daily 49er

Executive orders make new restrictions

Chelsea Robertson, Staff Writer

April 21, 2009

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Students will be limited on the number of units they can withdraw from and repeat for grade forgiveness beginning in fall 2009.Two new executive orders from the chancellor's office in Long Beach will impose new limitations across the California State University system. Executive Order 1037 deals with the number of units students will be allowed to repeat or withdraw from. Executive Order 1038 deals with academic probation...

LB Coalition calls for more hotel management responsibilities

Nori Kato, Contributing Writer

April 21, 2009

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The call for more responsibility from the hotel industry has been months in the making, and now moves into its third stage: action.The Long Beach Coalition for Good Jobs and a Healthy Community embraces grassroots organizing in the living wage campaign for hotel workers after advancing from stage one, research, and stage two, discussion and assessment.More than 100 students, religious and labor leaders, elected officials and Lo...

LB Coalition calls for change in hotel management responisbilities

Nori Kato, Contributing Writer

April 21, 2009

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The call for more responsibility of the hotel industry has been months in the making, and now moves into its third stage: action.The Long Beach Coalition for Good Jobs and a Healthy Community embraces grassroots organizing in the living wage campaign for hotel workers after advancing from stage one, research, and stage two, discussion and assessment.More than 100 students, religious and labor leaders, elected officials and Lo...

ASI and USU budgets will continue to be topic of senate meetings

ASI and USU budgets will continue to be topic of senate meetings

April 21, 2009

 Associated Students Inc. will discuss the proposed 2009-2010 operating budgets for ASI and the University Student Union, which contain a combined total of about $9.95 million in proposed expenditu...

CSULB alumnus realizes dream as University Police captain

CSULB alumnus realizes dream as University Police captain

Jennie Kropp, Contributing Writer

April 20, 2009

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If you work hard, dreams really can come true at Cal State Long Beach, and University Police Captain Fernando Solorzano is living proof.While attending the university as a student, Solorzano worked as...

Commemorating the holocaust

Hanif Zarrabi, Assistant City Editor

April 20, 2009

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Cal State Long Beach will be holding its own holocaust memorial on Wednesday as part of the annual National Holocaust Remembrance Week.The annual National Holocaust Remembrance Week is from April 19 to 23 and Tuesday is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which in Hebrew is called "Yom Hashoah".The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has geared the theme of this year's event, "Never Again: What you do matters," to ...

Associated Students General Fund

April 19, 2009

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