Chalk it up to Long Beach

Chalk it up to Long Beach

Alex Berman
October 19, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

The artists ranged from seasoned professionals, to amateur hobbyists in the eleventh annual Belmont Shore Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest on Saturday. A variety of different types of chalk art were displayed along Second Street, and passersby could walk down the street and... Read more »

Registration to be held for students without immunizations

Registration to be held for students without immunizations

Rudy Cardoso-Peraza, Contributing Writer
October 19, 2014
Filed under News

Cal State University Long Beach students are required to show proof of immunization; failure to do so will result in a hold on their registration, according to Student Health Services. “We believe that we give students a very generous amount of time to show proof of immunization,” Angela Girard,... Read more »

Cal State University Long Beach Learns about ISIL

Cal State University Long Beach Learns about ISIL

Emily Rasmussen, Assistant News Editor
October 19, 2014
Filed under News

Students and professors overflowed the Beach auditorium to hear Middle East expert Juan Ricardo Cole speak about the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) at Cal State University Long Beach on Thursday. “I’m going to make an argument to you that I think the general journalistic and political... Read more »

ASI resolves to help disabled students

Rachel Keeney, Contributing Writer
October 16, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

The Associated Students, Inc. Senate passed a resolution in their meeting Wednesday that will allow the ASI to rent out electrical wheelchairs for student use. Students facing disabilities, whether temporary or long-term, will be able to rent electric wheelchairs on CSULB campus. “Now that the... Read more »

Feeling the lumps

Amy Patton, Assistant News Editor
October 16, 2014
Filed under News

At the age of 26, Monica Steward felt a lump in her breast. Claiming she was too young to have breast cancer, doctors misdiagnosed her for two years before she passed away in 1996. Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) came to Cal State University Long Beach on Wednesday to educate students about the... Read more »

Students get sweaty, midterm ready

Amy Patton, Assistant News Editor
October 15, 2014
Filed under News

Behold: a sweaty solace crunched in-between back-to-back midterms. The Student Recreation and Wellness Center provides a healthy channel for inevitably stressed students. Open until midnight on Monday through Thursday, the SRWC offers a brief escape for students looking to unwind or hide from their... Read more »

University Police “sniff” out theft

Will Theisen, Contributing Writer
October 15, 2014
Filed under Crime, News

The students in room 105 were taking notes last month on “the details that make a good story” when Detective Corporal Antonio Maciel entered the room and apologized for interrupting. After identifying himself and two other officials from the Cal State University Long Beach Investigations Bureau,... Read more »

Pick a major, any major

Kayla Threlkeld, Contributing Writer
October 15, 2014
Filed under News

All majors are impacted at Cal State University Long Beach these days, according to CSULB Admissions. Some of the most popular majors are nursing, business and engineering. During the second annual cHarmony event hosted for residential students, advisors from every college at CSULB gathered at the... Read more »