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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...

CSULB anthropology professor honored for international missions work

CSULB anthropology professor honored for international missions work

April 10, 2017

Her blonde bob sways with her grand gestures, and her blue eyes are wide with enthusiasm. "Do you guys want to hear about my chimp story?" She digresses to describe her visit to a chimpanzee sanctuary...

CSULB students find an Alternative Spring Break

CSULB students find an Alternative Spring Break

March 14, 2017

For many students, spring break is a time to travel, go home to their families or relax and enjoy a week off from school, but for a select few it means lending a helping hand in New Orleans. The Al...

CSULB biologists discover why pandas are black and white

CSULB biologists discover why pandas are black and white

March 13, 2017

Trying to explain why zebras have stripes or why pandas are black and white can be a difficult task. But this task serves as the base for questions for biologists as they try to figure out the reas...

CSULB student appointed to city commission

CSULB student appointed to city commission

March 8, 2017

For Gustavo Orozco, the camaraderie he experienced during his time in the military has defined his attitude. The soon-to-be 31-year-old Cal State Long Beach student, who was recently appointed by Long ...