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Long Beach City Council approves styrofoam ban from restaurants

Long Beach City Council approves styrofoam ban from restaurants

Grant Hermanns, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

After months of deliberation on how to combat pollution, the Long Beach City Council voted Tuesday to approve an ordinance banning the use of polystyrene in food packaging. The ordinance, which targets single-use cont...

ASI addresses racism at Cal Poly SLO

ASI addresses racism at Cal Poly SLO

April 18, 2018

Students were outraged at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo two weeks ago when a fraternity was exposed for one member wearing “blackface” at a party. This week, flyers were found by a SLO professor targeting...

CSULB celebrates Earth Week planting tips for indoor plants

CSULB celebrates Earth Week planting tips for indoor plants

April 17, 2018

In the midst of their busy schedules, students found the “thyme” to learn about the various health benefits plants provide, even when indoors. The Indoor Plants 101 was a collection of short sessions spaced ...

CAPS applies new funding to improve mental health services at CSULB

Kat Schuster and Sabrina Flores

April 17, 2018

Filed under Campus, News, Today

When Kelsey Wunder began her freshman year as a business-marketing major at Cal State Long Beach, her future seemed bright. Several months later, things had changed. She began to experience a disconnection from the world around her and feelings of intense anxiety set in. So she did what every student in this situation is advised to do — walk straight over to Counseling and Psychological Services to seek advice. After ar...

Author of American Islamophobia to speak at CSULB

Author of American Islamophobia to speak at CSULB

April 17, 2018

To open up a dialogue about Islamophobia in the United States, Associated Students Inc. plans to welcome critical race theorist and law professor, Khaled A. Beydoun. Beydoun will lead a discussion...

Sexual assault survivors to reclaim the streets during Take Back the Night

Sexual assault survivors to reclaim the streets during Take Back the Night

April 16, 2018

An international awareness event and demonstration will make its way to Cal State Long Beach Wednesday evening to Take Back the Night for sexual assault victims — literally. Take Back the Night will be h...

CSULB presents Earth Week to promote sustainable acts

CSULB presents Earth Week to promote sustainable acts

April 15, 2018

Pick up your trash, don’t wash your car every week and stop forgetting your reusable grocery bags — these are all environmentally conscientious messages that will be communicated through a series o...

Smokers continue to find places to light up at CSULB

Smokers continue to find places to light up at CSULB

April 15, 2018

Although smoking was banned from Cal State Long Beach in 2016, you wouldn’t know that walking through the campus halls. The Breathe Campaign was implemented at the university in 2013 in an effort...