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CSULB screens film about little-known police operation that resulted in 11 deaths

CSULB screens film about little-known police operation that resulted in 11 deaths

October 19, 2015

The California State University, Long Beach Film and Electronic Arts department is hosting a free screening of “Let the Fire Burn” along with a Q-and-A with director Jason Osder. The documentary...

LBSU soccer drops games against UC Riverside and UC Irvine

LBSU soccer drops games against UC Riverside and UC Irvine

October 19, 2015

The Long Beach State women’s soccer team suffered its first losses in conference play after a 2-1 defeat to UC Riverside on Friday and a 2-0 loss at UC Irvine on Sunday. After junior goalie Ashton...

WalletHub study on best and worst cities ranks LB 209 of 240

Lynohila Ward, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

Long Beachians looking to settle down may opt for neighboring suburbs due to a new study. Long Beach was ranked as one of the worst cities in California for family life according to a study released this month by consumer and finance social media website WalletHub. Long Beach Public Affairs Officer Kerry Gerot took issue with the study’s findings. “We find it hard to take seriously a for-profit financial services...

California closes the gap in gender wage equality

California closes the gap in gender wage equality

October 19, 2015

Many are hailing the California Fair Pay Act as the nation’s strongest equal pay law, and thus effectively closing the door on 66 years of loophole exploitation. The original bill that California...

Morning 49er News: 10.19.15

Morning 49er News: 10.19.15

October 19, 2015

Long Beach celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month for the first time, and stay tuned for various crime updates.

Playing the Field : 10.15.15

Playing the Field :  10.15.15

October 15, 2015

Filed under Daily 49er News Show, Daily 49er Radio, Today

During game 2 of the division series between the LA Dodgers and the New York Mets this past weekend, Dodgers’s second baseman Chase Utley made headlines after a controversial slide into second base,...

Publishing politics

Erick Ohrstrom, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

The start of the school year is commonly associated with the struggle to find reasonable priced textbooks, and the Academic Senate has questioned if there is a way to make that process more reasonable. At last week’s Academic Senate meeting, members discussed to what extent instructors should be able to profit off published works they are assigning their classes. The political purpose was to avoid conflicts of interest,...

CSULB has a lot of unspent money

Brian E. Juarez, Contributing Writer

October 15, 2015

Filed under ASI, Campus, News, Today

  President Jane Close Conoley announced that the university is making departments and colleges throughout the university aware of unspent scholarship money at the Academic Senate meeting on Thursday.   “Apparently, there are $8 million available that have not been spent,” English Professor Norbert Schürer said in an email sent to College of Liberal Arts faculty.   The university is build...