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New supportive housing community, Anchor Place, is underway

Lauren Torres, Staff Writer

April 13, 2016

Filed under Long Beach, News

While passing through the streets of downtown Long Beach, there are certain aspects that are hard to miss: organic food spots, ongoing construction projects, boutiques and homeless residents asleep on church steps and discarded couches. According to the Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services, there were a reported 1,513 unsheltered citizens and 94 unsheltered veterans in 2015. The City of Long Beach, in pa... Read more »

We Are CSULB continues protests outside president’s office

We Are CSULB continues protests outside president’s office

April 12, 2016

The newly founded We Are CSULB coalition confronted President Jane Close Conoley outside her office early Tuesday afternoon. The protest began outside of the Nugget on upper campus and with a loud fl... Read more »

Long Beach women battle engineering gender gap

Seth Perlstein, Contributing Writer

April 12, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Features, News, Today

  Women have lived in space; astronaut Sally Ride was the first American woman in space when she conducted experiments and deployed satellites from the space shuttle Challenger in 1983. And women have died in space; astronaut Judith Resnik and space-flight participant Christa McAuliffe were part of the Challenger’s fatal crash in 1986, three years after Ride’s ground-breaking flight. On Earth, women have broken new ground throu... Read more »

On the issues: Healthcare

On the issues: Healthcare

April 11, 2016

Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton, D, believes that universal health care is a core principle of the Democratic party. The former secretary of state has said that her health care plan would combine employe... Read more »

‘Secret Survivors’ screens at CSULB

Erik Öhrström, Staff Writer

April 11, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

A survivor of sexual assault, Amita Swadhin experienced years of abuse by her parents throughout her childhood, including eight years of rape by her father. But last Thursday, loud applause filled the theater hall when Swadhin, now a sexual assault survivor, came on stage and introduced herself with a soft-spoken, sophisticated tone of voice. There were almost no empty chairs left in the hall. The warm welcome quickly transf... Read more »

Crime Blotter: Students punch window, launch rocket and go missing

Matthew Simon, Staff Writer

April 11, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News, Today

Student punches window A 21-year-old man cut his hand after punching a window April 10. Officers arrived at Parkside Common Q where the student needed medical aid at 2:41 a.m. The Long Beach Fire Department was called, but no citations were given. Disabled student reported missing Officers responded to the West Turnaround on campus after receiving a missing person’s report April 9 at 2:16 p.m. The student was a member of Disa... Read more »

Happy New Year, from Cambodia Town

Happy New Year, from Cambodia Town

April 10, 2016

  Long Beach’s Cambodian community celebrated its 10th annual Cambodian New Year parade yesterday. The parade was held along Anaheim Street in Cambodia Town, home to one of the largest Camb... Read more »

Cambodia Town combats neighborhood crime in meeting

Erik Öhrström, Staff Writer

April 10, 2016

Filed under Crime, Events, Long Beach, News

  In the small dark auditorium of the Gamboa Theater in Cambodia Town, local residents helped decide how to reduce crime with Development Project Manager Alem Hagos at the Anaheim, Orange, Cherry and Seventh Street Neighborhood Association meeting Wednesday night.     “Right now 11th Street and 10th Street on Orange Avenue by Lincoln High School are the most important areas to address,” AOC7 President Andr... Read more »

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