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CSU encourages a new alternative for saving students’ money on books

CSU encourages a new alternative for saving students’ money on books

James Chow, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017

Filed under CSU, News, Showcase

The California State University system has embraced open educational resources in its attempts to make course materials available digitally at a more affordable cost for students. CSU's recent collaborat...

Thousands march in Los Angeles for President Trump’s tax returns

Matthew Ramirez, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017

Filed under Events, News

Cities across the United States joined in a protest on Saturday to demand the release of President Donald Trump’s tax returns. On the west coast, the city of Los Angeles had a gathering of an estimated 10,000 people, according to the Los Angeles police department. Protesters could be seen on street corners, in front of restaurants and stores as well as on every city block in the around Pershing Square in downtown L...

CSULB celebrates 45th annual Psychology Day

Hasham Nusrat, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017

Filed under Campus, Events, News

More than 50 people came to the 45th annual Psychology Day held by the Psychology Student Association and PSI CHI Honor Society on Thursday. The day is the biggest event of the year for the major. "We invite programs and organizations from around the Los Angeles area to talk to students about grad school and career opportunities,” said senior psychology student Sara Castro, who is also the vice president of PSA. “We also...

Journalism Day presents career opportunity

Journalism Day presents career opportunity

April 17, 2017

Journalism and public relations students were given the chance to network with professionals, listen to and query expert panelists, as well as be acknowledged for their work at Journalism and Public R...

Mondays may cause a short fall break

James Chow, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

Filed under ASI, News

Students, faculty and staff may be seeing a shorter fall break after Associated Students, Inc. discussed shortening the weeklong hiatus during their meeting on Wednesday. ASI President Marvin Flores brought the subject to the floor. The problem arose when Flores received a calendar of next term, which showed only 13 instructional Mondays available for the semester. According to Flores, there is a law that mandates t...

CSULB shows up on interactive maps tracking Anti-Semitic hate crimes

CSULB shows up on interactive maps tracking Anti-Semitic hate crimes

April 12, 2017

The Jewish non-profit organization AMCHA Initiative has released its annual study, which states that anti-Semitism has increased on college campuses nationwide by 40 percent in 2016. “Amcha” is the Heb...

City council vacates alley in downtown Long Beach

Samantha Diaz, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

Filed under Long Beach, News

Long Beach City Council moved to vacate an alley between Elm avenue and Long Beach boulevard after deciding that there is no public use available for the alley. City staff have been looking into possible uses for the alley since the item was first brought to the floor on March 7. Since then, the city has decided to fence off the area in order to prevent any unauthorized use of the alley. The only public comment on the ...

Exercise is medicine at CSULB

Exercise is medicine at CSULB

April 12, 2017

Wellness Week 2017 is well on its way, with the Donald P. Lauda Lecture serving as the kickoff to the festivities Monday evening. The lecture was started with the hopes of using experts to engage camp...

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