The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Cal State Long Beach is a program that allows members to continue to learn and maintain an active mind. It is a hidden gem that adds educational opportunities ...
Samantha Diaz, Staff Writer
Filed under Long Beach, News
If you live in Long Beach, or plan to someday, your housing options may soon become more affordable.
Long Beach City Council addressed the issue of the lack of low-cost housing Tuesday night by moving to conduct a study on the resources available for affordable housing units in the area.
“To say the [housing] situation is becoming urgent is an understatement,” said councilwoman Jeannine Pearce who urged the council...
Matthew Ramirez, Staff Writer
Filed under Campus, News
An increase of people setting appointments for Counseling and Psychological Services at Cal State Long Beach are requiring students, staff and faculty to wait up to three weeks for scheduled appointments.
Support for CAPS is expected to arrive in the form of revenue from the fee increase made by Student Health Services. Compliment explained that the money received from the fee will go toward hiring more counselors to r...
Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, Assistant News Editor
Filed under Campus, Events, News
Andre Banks, an internationally recognized activist and strategic advisor, delivered the lecture “Designing Resistance: Remaking the Movement for Human Rights,” at the inaugural Elena Diane Curris Lecture on Global Issues Tuesday night in the Cal State Long Beach University Theater.
The presentation, which focused on using technology to mobilize and organize activists and groups across the globe, was hosted by the CS...
Connie Ojeda, Staff Writer
Filed under CSU, News
Chancellor of the Cal State University system, Timothy White, said in a statement Wednesday that the CSU will not honor immigration hold requests on behalf of law enforcement agencies, despite the issuance of two memoranda by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.
The two Homeland Security memoranda issued on Feb. 21 – which call for the implementation of stricter immigration laws as a result of President Donald Trump’s...
Cal State Long Beach held its 18th annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration this Tuesday in the University Student Union ballroom. The event honored King and his role in the civil rights movement th...
The Muslim Students Association was giving out free hijab headscarves at a booth near the Merchant’s Row thoroughfare between the campus bookstore and the Psychology building Tuesday.
By the end of the e...
Micayla Vermeeren, Editor in Chief
Filed under CSU, News, Showcase
The general public was introduced to a tuition-freezing bill known as the Student Protection Act Tuesday morning at Sacramento State University. Written by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva of the 65th district and sponsored by the California Faculty Association, Assembly Bill 393 proposes a four-year moratorium on systemwide tuition and student fee increases.
“The specific systemic problem we confront today is the long, ...