Yasmin Cortez, Multimedia Managing Editor
July 7, 2016
Filed under Crime, Features, News, Showcase
A graphic video which showed the shooting of Alton Sterling went viral on social media early Tuesday morning, sparking another outcry against police brutality.
Shortly after midnight officers responded to an anonymous disturbance call in Baton Rouge, LA. The caller said that a black man in a red shirt who was selling CDs had threatened the caller with a gun outside Triple S Food Mart, said the Baton Rouge Police Department.
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June 22, 2016
The 30th annual Long Beach Bayou Festival returned to Long Beach June 18-19, bringing with it the culture of New Orleans.
Rainbow Lagoon Park was transformed into a miniature Mardi-Gras celebration tha... Read more »
Michaela Kwoka-Coleman, News Editor
June 1, 2016
Filed under Features, News
Hillary Clinton, D, is a former New York senator and secretary of state under President Barack Obama. She is pro-abortion rights, but believes that abortion should be rare and that there need to be other options for women who are faced with unplanned pregnancies. At a primary debate in Iowa in November 2015, Clinton said that Wall Street needs to be reformed, and that “we have to go after what is ca... Read more »
June 1, 2016
For the first time in more than 20 years, California will have an open seat Senate election during the state’s primary election on June 7.
When Senator Barbara Boxer announced that she would not be ... Read more »
Liam Brown, Special Issues Editor
May 19, 2016
Filed under ASI, Campus, CSU, Features, News
Cal State Long Beach is set to expand its current food pantry to address students’ food insecurity needs in the fall 2016 semester.
The current food pantry, comprising three shelves of canned goods, is located in the Soroptomist House and is operated by CSULB’s Interfaith project, which opened the pantry in 2011. Associated Students, Inc. will handle pantry operations to make the service more centralized and accessibl... Read more »
April 13, 2016
Stem cells hold the potential to develop into several parts of human anatomy. For 10 Cal State Long Beach students, researching these cells has the potential to develop into careers.
CSULB announced... Read more »
Seth Perlstein, Contributing Writer
April 12, 2016
Filed under Campus, CSU, Features, News, Today
Women have lived in space; astronaut Sally Ride was the first American woman in space when she conducted experiments and deployed satellites from the space shuttle Challenger in 1983. And women have died in space; astronaut Judith Resnik and space-flight participant Christa McAuliffe were part of the Challenger’s fatal crash in 1986, three years after Ride’s ground-breaking flight.
On Earth, women have broken new ground throu... Read more »
April 11, 2016
Hillary Clinton, D, believes that universal health care is a core principle of the Democratic party. The former secretary of state has said that her health care plan would combine employe... Read more »