B.E.A.C.H. inspires high school students to pursue higher education

B.E.A.C.H. inspires high school students to pursue higher education

Stephanie Romero, Staff Writer
May 4, 2014
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More than 40 teary-eyed Cal State Long Beach and high school students shared their emotions as they talked about their role models Saturday at the Becoming Educated Adolescents Con Hermandad event, a conference meant to motivate high school students to get a college education. The event was hosted... Read more »

Vehicle collision

Vehicle collision

Joann Row, Opinions Editor
May 1, 2014
Filed under News, Uncategorized

On Thursday, at approximately noon, an unknown vehicle was engulfed in flames near the Cherry exit on 405 S. As of 1:50 p.m., there is no information on the driver or passengers involved in the collision.  

CSULB graduate student to research London classical music overseas

CSULB graduate student to research London classical music overseas

Paula Esparza, Staff Writer
April 30, 2014
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At a click of button, 25-year-old Cal State Long Beach student Stephen Salts received a life-changing opportunity. Salts, a choral conducting graduate student, was at work when he received an email informing him that he would be attending the Royal Holloway University of London for the 2014-15 school... Read more »

New KBeach radio aims to bring back radio theatre

New KBeach radio aims to bring back radio theatre

Enedina Cisneros, Radio Production Assistant
April 30, 2014
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The golden age of radio was gone long before video officially killed the radio star. And chances are that most of the college-aged population today hasn’t listened to the radio beyond music and news, let alone experienced the art of radio theatre. This may soon change at Cal State Long Beach, though,... Read more »

Drifters cited in campus parking structure

Emily Rasmussen, Staff Writer
April 30, 2014
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University Police investigated a suspicious vehicle making screeching sounds in Parking Structure 1 at 2:52 a.m. on April 24, said University Police Lt. Richard Goodwin said. Officers stopped a black vehicle suspected of drifting and driving the wrong way on a ramp to the third level, he said.  The... Read more »

CSULB student dies after a five-year-long battle with lupus

CSULB student dies after a five-year-long battle with lupus

Priscella Vega, Assistant News Editor
April 30, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Two days before senior psychology major Genesis Espericueta died, she asked her sister to take her to campus to see if she could receive an incomplete in her classes in hopes of one day returning to finish. Genesis, a Long Beach native who was just one semester short of graduating from Cal State Long... Read more »

CSULB students react to NBA’s decision on Donald Sterling

CSULB students react to NBA’s decision on Donald Sterling

Donn Gruta, Assistant City Editor
April 29, 2014
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Sophomore business major Ruben Arenaz spent his yesterday morning scrolling through Twitter. He sneaked in glances on his phone screen, anxious to see the NBA commissioner’s ruling on Clippers owner Donald Sterling. Sterling, who found himself in the middle of a racism... Read more »

Professor awarded $530,000 grant for Long Beach Trauma Center project

Kaila Campbell, Staff Writer
April 29, 2014
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Cal State Long Beach professor Bita Ghafoori has had a large hand in helping build the second mental health trauma recovery center in the state, which opened its doors April 18. As the project’s director, Ghafoori has been in charge of overseeing the development of the Long Beach Trauma Recovery... Read more »