Daily 49er

49ers in the Pros: See you in Rio!

Josh Barajas, Sports Editor

September 29, 2015

Filed under Sports, Today

The United States men’s national volleyball team qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Long Beach State alums David Lee, Paul Lotman and Dustin Watten helped Team USA win gold at the FIVB World Cup on Sept. 23. See you in Rio? Former LBSU great, and three-time Olympic gold medalist, Misty May-Treanor came out of retirement on Sept. 11 to play in the AVP Championships. The Newport native r...

LBSU water polo’s Croatian sensation

LBSU water polo’s Croatian sensation

September 29, 2015

Fresh out of the water, his brawny stature resembles a warrior returning from battle. His look is one of both exhaustion and satisfaction. He walks with confidence before introducing himself. “Hi,...

How to survive midterms

Abilene Carrillo, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinions, Today

As college students our level of sanity during midterms is at an all time low. Handouts, note cards, textbooks and study guides run our lives. Here are eight ways to keep your sanity in the all darkness.   Cry a little bit I mean come on now. We are all adults here, we are allowed to shed a tear or two. Just go ahead and let it out. Crying might actually help you clear out all the frustration and emotions you ...

Thieves steal 12 textbooks from Academic Services

Ross Siev, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

Filed under Campus, Crime, News, Today

Thieves made off with 12 teacher edition textbooks in two isolated incidents within a three month-span, according to University Police. In two separate incidents in July and September, thieves stole a total of 12 textbooks from the Academic Services building at California State University, Long Beach, according to a report filed with the University Police.  Police officials said that the thieves stole eight textbooks i...

Students discuss social injustice in Mexico

Students discuss social injustice in Mexico

September 29, 2015

A small rectangle room fills as students voice their feelings towards Mexico’s government and its social injustice. Students for Quality Education at CSULB held an open dialogue Monday night in remem...

College accredited course for high school students

Riva Lu, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

  High school students in the Long Beach Unified High School District can now earn college credit with an elective course every Saturday at California State University, Long Beach.   Armando Vazquez-Ramos, a CSULB Chicano and Latino Studies professor came up with the idea of an ethnic studies class at the My Brother’s Keeper Summit last year. The summit was a men’s success initiative program that aimed to support male students of ...

L.B. to host ACI-NA Annual Conference and Exhibition for the first time

Lynohila Ward, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

For the first time, the Long Beach Airport will host the 2015 Airports Council International-North America Annual Conference and Exhibition, which will focus on aviation industry trends and will feature displays of products and services. “We’re honored to welcome ACI-NA and its attendees to Long Beach for their annual conference, and we are very excited to display all that our city and our airport have to offer,” Lo...

The culture corner

Kevin Flores, Arts & Life Editor

September 29, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Today

Welcome to the culture corner, a recurring series focused on the homesickness, culture collision and assimilation that California State University, Long Beach’s international students experience. It’s a chance to learn about another culture and see your own through a different pair of eyes. Meet Ngozi Kalu, a matriculated student on an F1 visa from Lagos, Nigeria. She’s two years into a nursing degree at the Beach....