Noh mask maker pushes beyond traditional boundaries

Noh mask maker pushes beyond traditional boundaries

Sarah Borean, Staff Writer
March 23, 2014
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Bidou Yamaguchi, a professional Noh mask maker, spoke to Cal State Long Beach students and faculty Thursday about his revolutionary spin on a 600-year-old Japanese tradition Noh mask making is an intricate process that involves hand carving blocks of Japanese cypress. The masks, which are covered... Read more »

Science Extravaganza brings STEM fields, marshmallows together at The Beach

Science Extravaganza brings STEM fields, marshmallows together at The Beach

Raul Cabral, Contributing Writer
March 23, 2014
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Students from all over Long Beach descended upon campus Friday to take part in the fifth annual Science Extravaganza that included workshops and competitions at the lawn near the Outpost Grill. A collaborative effort between Cal State Long Beach and MAES: Latinos in Science and Engineering, the event... Read more »

Japanese Garden fills with families, Noh theatre

Japanese Garden fills with families, Noh theatre

Scott Bosco, Assistant City Editor
March 23, 2014
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More than 40 people of all ages gathered at the Japanese Garden on campus for the Noh mask-making event Sunday as part of the garden’s Family Day. The event, which was a collaboration between the University Art Museum and the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, featured lessons on Noh theatre and... Read more »

Funds generated from Student Excellence Fee will be used to improve campus technology

Daniel Serrano, Editor in Chief
March 23, 2014
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The $79 increase to the Student Excellence Fee that Cal State Long Beach students paid this semester alone generated nearly $2.8 million in additional funds, which are being used to fund library subscriptions, hire new technology staff and purchase equipment throughout campus. The Student Excellence... Read more »

Long Beach mayoral candidates debate in open forum [slideshow]

Long Beach mayoral candidates debate in open forum [slideshow]

Neil Bedolla, Staff Writer
March 19, 2014
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Five Long Beach mayoral candidates addressed issues such as economic development, funding for Cal State Long Beach and plans for the city in a debate at the Beach Auditorium Wednesday. The audience packed the auditorium to capacity for the debate, in which candidates agreed that plans for job creation... Read more »

Presidential Candidate: Agatha Gucyski

March 19, 2014
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Name: Agatha Gucyski Running for: President Year: Junior Major: Finance and Human Resource Management GPA: 3.45 Ticket: Gucyski/ Tran/ Clark Q: How is your candidacy... Read more »

Presidential Candidate: Joseph Phillips

March 19, 2014
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Name: Joseph Phillips Running for: President Major: American Studies and International Studies Year: Senior GPA: 3.8 Ticket: Phillips/Baghdassarian Q: How is your candidacy different from... Read more »

Vice President Candidate: Anh Tran

March 19, 2014
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Name: Anh Tran Position: Vice President Year: Junior Major: Pre-medical GPA: 3.0 Ticket: Gucyski/ Tran/ Clark Q: If elected,... Read more »