Ralphs near CSULB to close next month

Rudy Cardoso-Peraza, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

After 40 years in business, Ralph’s grocery store located on 5760 E. Seventh Street will close its doors on Nov. 8, according to Ralph’s spokesperson Kendra Doyel. "While we never make the decision to close stores without looking at every option available, we did have to make the decision to close... Read more »

CSULB receives largest grant

Michelle Siebert, Staff Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

A select group of undergraduate students will benefit from the $22.7 million Cal State University Long Beach has received from the Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity program to create research programs for biomedical science. University President Jane Conoley said the BUILD program is a... Read more »

Wet, or dry? That is the question

Paige Pelonis, Editor in Chief
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

In some counties of Arkansas, alcohol is not easily found; in fact, it is not sold in 35 of the state’s 75. Next week, The Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Initiative, Issue 4 will appear on the ballot for voters in the state to determine whether to end the prohibition of alcohol statewide. If the initiative... Read more »

CSULB receives largest grant

Michelle Siebert, Staff Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

A select group of undergraduate students will benefit from the $22.7 million Cal State University Long Beach has received from the Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity program to create research programs for biomedical science. University President Jane Conoley said the BUILD program is a... Read more »

Ralphs near CSULB to close next month 

Ralphs near CSULB to close next month 

Rudy Cardoso-Peraza, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

After 40 years in business, Ralph’s grocery store located on 5760 E. Seventh St. will close its doors on Nov. 8, according to Ralph’s spokesperson Kendra Doyel. "While we never make the decision to close stores without looking at every option available, we did have to make the decision to close... Read more »

ASI Board of Control approves student research fund

Michelangelo Landgrave , Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

After several weeks of deliberation, the Associated Students, Inc. Board of Control approved the new student research fund on Tuesday at the board’s weekly meeting. The fund will partially fund long-term research projects conducted by Cal State University Long Beach students under the guidance of... Read more »

Designate before you celebrate

Designate before you celebrate

Amy Patton , Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014
Filed under News, On campus, Showcase

At a mocktail mixer on Tuesday at Cal State University Long Beach, attendees were asked to pour out what they thought to be appropriate measurements for wine, beer and hard liquor. After pouring various drinks, attendees estimated that they had served nine servings of alcohol. Hosts of the events... Read more »

Nation’s capital may “decriminalize” marijuana

Justin Covington, News Editor
October 28, 2014
Filed under News, Politics

Washington, D.C. reduced the penalty from jail time for possession of marijuana to a civil violation of $25 for possession of one ounce or less three months ago. It will soon be determined if the nation’s capital will “decriminalize” the use and... Read more »