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Republican National Convention: An Overview

Republican National Convention: An Overview

July 20, 2016

The Republican National Convention convened this week as Donald Trump took center stage in Cleveland, Ohio to claim the Republican nomination. “We’re gonna win so big, ” Trump said to the crowd.... Read more »

Long Beach welcomes first Latino Chancellor to community college district

Long Beach welcomes first Latino Chancellor to community college district

Riva Lu, Staff Writer

July 20, 2016

Filed under News

Long Beach’s Community College District introduced the first ever Latino chancellor to the California community college system on Monday. Elroy Ortiz Oakley will assume duties on Dec. 19 and is taking... Read more »

Ethnic studies report provides new university recommendations

Miranda Andrade-Ceja, Managing Editor

July 20, 2016

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A report on the advancement of ethnic studies was emailed en mass to Cal State Long Beach students, faculty and administration July 14 by President Jane Close Conoley. The new report was authored by the CSU Task Force on the Advancement of Ethnic Studies, a team appointed by Chancellor Timothy White in 2014. The report included a statement by White as well as recommendations made by the task force to further advance each... Read more »

Sterling supporters take to social media to express anger

Yasmin Cortez, Multimedia Managing Editor

July 7, 2016

Filed under Crime, Features, News, Showcase

A graphic video which showed the shooting of Alton Sterling went viral on social media early Tuesday morning, sparking another outcry against police brutality. Shortly after midnight officers responded to an anonymous disturbance call in Baton Rouge, LA. The caller said that a black man in a red shirt who was selling CDs had threatened the caller with a gun outside Triple S Food Mart, said the Baton Rouge Police Department. ... Read more »

Sterling shooting sparks social media outrage

Yasmin Cortez, Mutlimedia Managing Editor

July 7, 2016

Filed under News

A graphic video which showed the shooting of Alton Sterling went viral on social media early Tuesday morning, sparking another outcry against police brutality. Shortly after midnight officers responded to an anonymous disturbance call in Baton Rouge, LA. The caller said that a black man in a red shirt who was selling CDs had threatened the caller with a gun outside Triple S Food Mart, said the Baton Rouge Police Department. According... Read more »

You Might Have Missed…

Antonio Henriques and Riva Lu

July 6, 2016

Filed under Long Beach, News

Between summer classes, the Fourth of July, Long Beach’s annual Corgi beach party and headlines about campaign elections and email threads bombarding us from every which way, it’s easy to miss out on every news story that comes out. We’re here to keep you updated on all those stories that have fallen through the cracks, both in and out of our city.   Supreme Court Tied up on Immigration By Antonio Henriques, C... Read more »

Bayou by the Beach

Bayou by the Beach

June 22, 2016

The 30th annual Long Beach Bayou Festival returned to Long Beach June 18-19, bringing with it the culture of New Orleans. Rainbow Lagoon Park was transformed into a miniature Mardi-Gras celebration tha... Read more »

College graduates needed in science, technology, engineering and math

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, News Editor

June 22, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Long Beach, News

California public colleges are not producing enough graduates in the science, engineering, technology, mathematics and health fields, according to a press release from the Campaign for College Opportunity. The Campaign for College Opportunity is a research and advocacy non-profit that works with the community and the state to support colleges and their students. It is comprised of different groups including the Califor... Read more »

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