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‘I had to be there’: A former Daily 49er writer flew down to Mexico City to help his community after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake

‘I had to be there’: A former Daily 49er writer flew down to Mexico City to help his community after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake

October 1, 2017

MEXICO CITY — When I arrived in Mexico City on Sept. 22 for a three-day trip, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. After being there countless times before, this beautiful place was unrecognizable. ...

Muslim Student Association president is comfortable in her hijab

Muslim Student Association president is comfortable in her hijab

Medina Kabir, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2017

Filed under Features, News

Correction: The previous version of this story cited Syed as a freshman. She is actually a senior at CSULB. In a world where women and Muslims are both marginalized in the media, one Cal State Long Be...

CSULB plans to reduce water waste

CSULB plans to reduce water waste

September 20, 2017

The state may be out of a drought, but Cal State Long Beach is still making an effort to conserve water by implementing a Water Action Plan to help achieve the California State University statewide goal...

University Police Department show off new bomb-sniffing dog

University Police Department show off new bomb-sniffing dog

September 12, 2017

Avery, Cal State Long Beach’s bomb-sniffing dog, took some time off to introduce herself to some of the students she looks after. At around 1:30 p.m., University Police pulled up near the courtyard...

CSULB staff reflect on the 1992 LA riots

CSULB staff reflect on the 1992 LA riots

May 14, 2017

25 years ago, the verdict clearing four police officers of the beating of Rodney King led to rioting in the streets of Los Angeles County, from South Central Los Angeles to Long Beach. This was the ...

CSULB professors question academic freedom

CSULB professors question academic freedom

Valerie Osier, News Editor

May 10, 2017

Filed under ASI, Campus, Features, News

Some professors fear a “chilling effect” on free speech and academic freedom after President Jane Close Conoley made a statement to the campus opposing the Associated Students, Inc. resolution to divest...

The Venezuelan crisis as seen by a CSULB engineering major

The Venezuelan crisis as seen by a CSULB engineering major

Elizabeth Campos, Assistant News Editor

May 9, 2017

Filed under Features, News

Instead of packing bathing suits and souvenirs for her vacations, Marianne Guevara packs essentials such as medicine, diapers, menstrual pads, soap and toothpaste when preparing for her visits back to Venezuel...

Treasurer-elect strives to bring about change

Treasurer-elect strives to bring about change

April 30, 2017

Free time is nonexistent for newly elected Associated Students, Inc. treasurer Jonathan Wanless. Balancing a schedule consisting of classes, an internship, ASI obligations and club meetings is hard enoug...