26th Campus Couture stitched in success

26th Campus Couture stitched in success

Joann Row, Opinions Editor
May 11, 2014
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Fashion mavens, designers and supporters took over the Carpenter Performing Arts Center on Friday for the 26th annual Cal State Long Beach Campus Couture fashion show. Pressure ran high moments before the event’s start as 17 designers pulled their final looks together backstage. Unlike in years... Read more »

Students, parents search for limited availability graduation tickets

Students, parents search for limited availability graduation tickets

Enedina Cisneros, Assistant Radio Producer
May 11, 2014
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Tanya Garcia faced a common dilemma for most parents of graduating students: she had only eight tickets to commencement when she needed nine. But Garcia took an uncommon approach to solve her problem by standing in front of the University Bookstore, holding a sign asking for an extra ticket. Within... Read more »

Cars stolen from campus, one recovered in L.A.

Cars stolen from campus, one recovered in L.A.

Emily Rasmussen, Staff Writer
May 7, 2014
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A two-door black Acura was stolen from Parking Structure 2 at 2:53 p.m. on April 29 and later recovered by the Los Angeles Police Department on Monday, University Police Lt. Richard Goodwin said. The car was found at the LAPD without damages or missing plates, Goodwin said. There are no suspects in... Read more »

Communication studies professor self-publishes historical novel

Communication studies professor self-publishes historical novel

Enedina Cisneros, Assistant Radio Producer
May 7, 2014
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Craig Smith, a communications professor and director of the Center for First Amendment Studies on campus, has self-published his first historical novel titled “Herod from Hell: Confessions and Reminisces.” The book revolves around the Roman King Herod the Great, who lived from 73 BC to 4 AD, as he... Read more »

Campus Couture returns to campus for 26th year

Campus Couture returns to campus for 26th year

Raul Cabral, Staff Writer
May 7, 2014
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The 26th annual “Campus Couture Fashion Show” will take place inside the Carpenter Performing Arts Center Friday, and a great deal of the show’s success can be traced back to one woman. Suzanne Marshall, director and faculty adviser of Cal State Long Beach’s fashion merchandising and design... Read more »

Kelp Watch 2014 releases first set of results on contamination

Kelp Watch 2014 releases first set of results on contamination

Shane Newell, City Editor
May 7, 2014
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Although it has been more than three years since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster spilled radioactive elements into the Pacific Ocean, California’s coasts and kelp forests have not yet shown any signs of being contaminated, according to newly published results from “Kelp Watch 2014.” Cal... Read more »

CSULB professor becomes executive director for Long Beach Arts Council

Kaila Campbell, Staff Writer
May 6, 2014
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Cal State Long Beach arts professor Victoria Bryan took on an executive director position for the city last month after beating nearly 30 applicants from across the United States, Canada and Latin America for the job. Bryan, 62, is now executive director of the Arts Council for the Long Beach Board... Read more »

Director of School of Nursing receives award

Director of School of Nursing receives award

Scott Bosco, Assistant City Editor
May 6, 2014
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For the last 35 years, Director of the School of Nursing Lucy Huckabay has been the life and leader of the nursing program. On Saturday, Huckabay was honored with the 2014 Soroptimist Award for Women of Distinction in the field of nursing education, which is awarded to “Women Who Make a Difference”... Read more »