ASI violates bylaws to extend its own deadline

Rachel Keeney, Contributing Writer
October 22, 2014
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The Associated Students, Inc. Senate voted on Wednesday to approve a time extension for adopting a policy agenda, violating the ASI bylaws. The ASI bylaws state that the senate shall “no later than the last day of October, adopt a policy agenda… outlining goals, priorities and the general direction... Read more »

Kristina Hancock named employee of the month

Kristina Hancock named employee of the month

Trevor Becker, Contributing Writer
October 22, 2014
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President Jane Conoley named Executive Assistant to Dean Marquita Grenot-Sheyer October’s employee of the month. Hancock’s passion for her family and enthusiasm for Cal State University Long Beach shine through her work on campus. “I bring my strong work ethics, morals and positive outlook... Read more »

Long Beach prepares for Ebola

Greg Diaz, Print Manager
October 22, 2014
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The Long Beach Health Department has met with the “big five hospitals” in Long Beach and discussed the readiness of each for any cases of Ebola, according to a press release.  They have said that, should a case of Ebola present itself, they will be able to “identify and diagnose any suspected... Read more »

Ralphs near CSULB to close next month

Rudy Cardoso-Peraza, Contributing Writer
October 22, 2014
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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 »

Education Abroad pushed CSULB students to study elsewhere

Education Abroad pushed CSULB students to study elsewhere

Kelsey Cruz, Assistant Sports Editor
October 22, 2014
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Cal State University Long Beach hosted the 28th annual study abroad fair on Tuesday to bring awareness of the different opportunities available to students. Education Abroad Program Assistant Director Cecilia Fidora said the goal is to push Long Beach students to study abroad because it... Read more »

Your grande could have been a venti

Your grande could have been a venti

Ruben Diaz, Assistant News Editor
October 22, 2014
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The price for an iced coffee from the Starbucks coffeehouses on campus is higher than it would be at some of the Starbucks coffeehouses outside and within a three mile range of Cal State University Long Beach. For instance, the Starbucks located on Stearns Street and the Starbucks located on Pacific... Read more »

BOC grants over a thousand dollars to HFES

Michelangelo Landgrave, Contributing Writer
October 21, 2014
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Associated Students, Inc. Board of Control granted funds to the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society at the weekly BOC meeting on Tuesday, totaling approximately $1,350 in ASI funds that have been allotted to the HFES so far this semester. President of the HFES and 2nd year graduate student... Read more »

Suspect Linked to Previous Crimes Arrested After Stealing iPad

Meghin Hewitt, Contributing Writer
October 21, 2014
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University Police arrested Timothy Rodriguez, 23, on Oct. 14 for stealing an iPad; University Police suspect that he was involved with multiple thefts of electronic devices on campus in 2012. A student studying in the Horn Center on Oct. 30, 2012, noticed a man pacing near her study area at computer... Read more »