Psych Day presents ‘Social Vision’

Psych Day presents ‘Social Vision’

Josie Mandala, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
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More than 150 students gathered in the Beach Auditorium to listen to University of California, Los Angeles psychology professor Kerri Johnson’s seminar on how humans interpret visual cues to make judgments about a person’s sex, race and sexual orientation. Johnson gave the presentation, “Social... Read more »

Former CSULB journalism department chair dies at 89

Neil Bedolla, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
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Bob Wells, former chair of Cal State Long Beach’s journalism department and former columnist for the Press-Telegram, died February 26 of congestive heart failure. He was 89. Lee Brown, a former colleague of Wells and a CSULB journalism professor, said he was remembered as being smart, laid-back,... Read more »

Student hits mother on campus

Student hits mother on campus

Emily Rasmussen, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
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A student was arrested for hitting his mother inside her car on Beach Drive, University Police Lt. Richard Goodwin said. The Long Beach Police Department and University Police responded to a disturbance on April 10 at 10:33 p.m. about two people inside of a black Toyota Highlander, Goodwin said. The... Read more »

New video game writing class offered at CSULB

New video game writing class offered at CSULB

Vikanya Chea, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
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Film and electronics professor Adam Moore launched a brand new video game writing class this semester — the first of its kind at Cal State Long Beach. The class, Film and Electronic Arts 490, focuses on teaching students how to write story lines for video games. For the class, students are split... Read more »

CSULB Bateman Team is finalist in national competition

CSULB Bateman Team is finalist in national competition

Lauren Van Sloten, Contributing Writer
April 16, 2014
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Five students on Cal State Long Beach’s Bateman Team will travel to Atlanta next month to compete as finalists in a national competition for the Public Relations Student Society of America. The Bateman Team finished as one of three finalists for its "Pay Like a Champion" campaign on behalf of its... Read more »

Students want Dream Resource Center to become a reality

Justine dela Rosa, Assistant City Editor
April 15, 2014
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Some students behind the resolution to bring a Dream Resource Center to campus believe that administration is not doing enough to make it a reality, however, the leader of the Assembly Bill 540 task force says otherwise. Associated Students Inc. Senator-at-Large... Read more »

Oscar-nominated documentary screened on campus

Neil Bedolla, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
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Approximately 25 students and faculty attended an on-campus screening Tuesday night of “The Square,” an Oscar nominated documentary about the Egyptian Revolution in 2011. Jehane Noujaim, an Egyptian-American director known for her documentary “Control... Read more »

Panelists discuss free speech on college campuses

Panelists discuss free speech on college campuses

Emily Rasmussen, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
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Student Life and Development and the Multicultural Center held a panel in the University Student Union Tuesday to discuss issues surrounding First Amendment rights and how they pertain to free speech on college campuses. The panel opened with videos displaying content about Westboro Baptist Church,... Read more »