CSULB Liberal Arts buildings take some getting used to

CSULB Liberal Arts buildings take some getting used to

Amy Patton, News Editor
January 22, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase

Faculty and students have mixed reviews about the new classrooms in the recently renovated Liberal Arts buildings. “When I was in LA1 last semester, we didn't pay attention in there, it was either too hot or too cold, Monsrrat Oidor, a pre-studio art freshman, said. “The atmosphere was suffocating.” Oidor... Read more »

CSULB President and student promote education for Cambodian community

CSULB President and student promote education for Cambodian community

January 21, 2015
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California State University, Long Beach senior kinesiology student of Cambodian descent, Ryan Ly went to Sacramento on Tuesday to dispel stereotypes among the Cambodian community and promote college attendance in the Cambodian community. “I want to inspire and encourage many people and also help... Read more »

Man suspected of trespassing on campus

Man suspected of trespassing on campus

Amy Patton, News Editor
January 20, 2015
Filed under Crime, News, Showcase

On Tuesday evening a man was escorted from the library for trespassing, according to Corporal Vergel Munoz from the university police department. Munoz said the man was roaming the campus near the Liberal Arts 1 building and the library. Munoz said the man is not a student and has been banned from the... Read more »

Renovations of Liberal Arts buildings complete

Renovations of Liberal Arts buildings complete

Madison D'Ornellas, Contributing Writer
January 19, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase

With giant scissors in hand, University President Jane Close-Conoley cut the ribbon in the courtyard of the newly renovated Liberal Arts buildings on Thursday, officially re-opening them to the campus. The recently completed construction marks the first major renovation to the LA buildings since they... Read more »

CSULB Foundation approves KJazz to move off CSULB campus

 Amy Patton, News Editor
January 19, 2015
Filed under News

The release of the decision to move the KJazz station off of its long-standing location on campus at California State University, Long Beach raised some concern at KBeach, a second radio station on campus. “I was a little bummed,” said Trey McEachin, the general manager of KBeach and a senior... Read more »

Rain Rain Go Away

December 14, 2014
Filed under Daily 49er TV, Multimedia, News, Video

CSULB Be Kind event aims to put an end to bullying

December 14, 2014
Filed under Daily 49er TV, Multimedia, News, Video

A is for Amphetamines

Danielle Carson, Design Director
December 11, 2014
Filed under News

Caffeine in the morning, guarine in the afternoon and amphetamine in the evenings—it’s finals week. By the end of the semester, health can become less important while success remains a priority. “People can be addicted to that feeling of being productive,” Brandon Gamble, a school psychologist... Read more »