Joe Phillips, Nayiri Baghdassarian win ASI executive positions

Justine dela Rosa, Staff Writer
March 27, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

Associated Students Inc. Chief of Staff Joe Phillips received 50.57 percent of votes cast in the ASI election, defeating ASI Treasurer Agatha Gucyski by 47 votes to win the presidency. Phillips, ASI Secretary for Systemwide Affairs Nayiri Baghdassarian and the additional 11 candidates who ran on the... Read more »

BOT confirms Conoley’s salary, discusses bottlenecks

BOT confirms Conoley’s salary, discusses bottlenecks

Scott Bosco, Assistant City Editor
March 26, 2014
Filed under News

Incoming Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley’s annual salary of $320,329 was confirmed at the Cal State University Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday. Conoley will begin receiving her annual salary July 15. The Board approved her compensation amid discussions of bottleneck courses... Read more »

Documentary “Louder Than a Bomb” to screen on campus

Jasmine Windsor, Staff Writer
March 26, 2014
Filed under News

Cal State Long Beach is hosting a free screening of the award-winning documentary “Louder Than a Bomb” today from 2 to 4 p.m. in the University Student Union ballroom. The documentary, directed by Jon Siskel and Greg Jacobs, chronicles the journey of four high... Read more »

Bar fight at Poor Richard’s

Emily Rasmussen, Staff Writer
March 26, 2014
Filed under News

A fight broke out in the parking lot of Poor Richard’s Bar on Tuesday at 1:43 a.m., University Police Lt. Richard Goodwin said. University Police helped the Long Beach Police Department arrest two males who were allegedly involved in the fight, Goodwin said. University Police officers arrested both... Read more »

CAPS receives accreditation

Andrew Spencer, Assistant City Editor
March 26, 2014
Filed under News

Counseling and Psychological Services recently received accreditation status from the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. Brad Compliment, who has been the director of CAPS since 2008, said the process of getting the center accredited took a few years. ... Read more »

“TINY” film to be shown on campus

Shane Newell, City Editor
March 26, 2014
Filed under News

Filmmakers Merete Mueller and Christopher Smith will stop by the Beach Auditorium tonight to discuss their documentary, “TINY: A Story About Living Small.” The film, which has been shown at film festivals throughout the country, is about Smith, Mueller and other couples who build tiny homes together... Read more »

Students from several CSUs arrive to speak against new fees during the tuition-free period

Students from several CSUs arrive to speak against new fees during the tuition-free period

Daniel Serrano, Editor in Chief
March 26, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

With megaphones and bright signs in hand, more than 50 Cal State University students from several campuses rallied against student success fees and system wide ethnic studies policies at Wednesday’s CSU Board of Trustees meeting. Students from CSU campuses like San Jose State University and San... Read more »

BOT discusses CSSA, 1.8 billion deferred maintenance

BOT discusses CSSA, 1.8 billion deferred maintenance

Scott Bosco , Assistant City Editor
March 25, 2014
Filed under News

The Cal State University Board of Trustees discussed a wide a range of topics from bullying in the workplace to student fees at Tuesday’s BOT meeting. At the meeting, faculty leaders rallied together holding signs with the number "100" written across, signifying to the Board and the public that... Read more »