Riding the Third Street wave of Ska

Amy Patton, Assistant News Editor
November 19, 2014
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The Art Exchange of Long Beach will host Get On Up, a ska-themed art exhibit created by a Cal State University Event Planning class. The event accepted 15 different art donations from CSULB students. All proceeds will be donated to Art Exchange and will benefit local artists. “It’s tough for... Read more »

CSU’s adopt a resolution to defend academic freedom

Rachel Keeney, Contributing Writer
November 19, 2014
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The Academic Senate of the California State University has adopted a resolution to oppose the attempts by outside organizations that pressure CSU administration to limit the academic freedom of CSU faculty. The resolution was drafted in order to encourage all CSU campus presidents to publicly denounce... Read more »

Mock trial to take place on campus

Meghin Hewitt, Contributing Writer
November 19, 2014
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The 13th Annual American Collegiate Moot Court Association Western Regional competition will take place at Cal State University Long Beach Friday and Saturday. ... Read more »

ASI to create more study space

Rachel Keeney, Contributing Writer
November 19, 2014
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Each Associated Students, Inc. senator has been asked to reserve a room on campus to open for studying during the week of finals, beginning Dec. 15. At the ASI Senate meeting on Wednesday, ASI Vice President Nayiri Baghdassarian assigned the senators three tasks to “raise awareness” of the ASI... Read more »

Immigration issues surface on campus

Kayla Threlkeld, Contributing Writer
November 19, 2014
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The Metropolitan and Policy Studies Network (M.A.P.S) gave a lecture on the current immigration system and the difficulties of immigrated families at Cal State Long Beach in the Anatol Center on Tuesday afternoon. Alicia Morales, an attendee at the M.A.P.S lecture, was once an undocumented immigrant;... Read more »

Grants given to fund projects

Ruben Diaz, Staff Writer
November 18, 2014
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The Associated Student, Inc. Board of Control approved five grants that added up to a total of $2,774 on Tuesday. Jamie Vermin, a second year graduate student in communications, requested and received $400. She said she will be using the money to help pay for travel costs, which added up to “about... Read more »

Two Macbooks Stolen

Meghin Hewitt
November 18, 2014
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Lt. Richard Goodwin said two MacBooks were stolen on Nov. 7, one from the Theatre Arts building and one from a Faculty Office. A Macintosh HD Pro, valued at $4,000, was stolen from a design studio in the Theatre Arts building at 3:09 p.m., Goodwin said Goodwin said a MacBook Air, valued between... Read more »

HIEP ensures student insurance

Mayra Castro, Contributing Writer
November 17, 2014
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The California State University Health Insurance Education Project is offering to help students with open enrollment for Covered California since the state-based insurance plan opened on Nov. 15 and will close on Feb. 15, 2015. HIEP is a joint CSU and CSULA project to educate CSU students, their families... Read more »