Chrystina Schwartz, Staff Writer
October 12, 2016
Filed under Campus, Crime, Features, Long Beach, News, Showcase
For the past few months, creepy clowns have been appearing all over the country — now, the sinister trend has spread to Southern California, according to multiple local media outlets.
In the past c... Read more »
Xochitl Abarca, Staff Writer
October 11, 2016
Filed under Campus, Features, News
In hopes of fighting high HIV infection rates in the Latinx community, Cal State Long Beach’s Salud a la Vida will host its second annual National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day Thursday.
CSULB’s Center for Latino Community Health, along with Bienestar Human Services, has partnered up with Salud a la Vida to help put together this event, which will be held from 2 - 3 p.m. in Peterson Hall 2 room 203.
Salud a la Vida is... Read more »
October 9, 2016
The world was quiet at 5:30 a.m. with the typically empty streets of Long Beach filled with sleepy athletes jogging back and forth in the middle of of Ocean Blvd. in efforts to get pumped up for the Lo... Read more »
October 3, 2016
Students stood beside 1,100 backpacks displayed on the Speaker’s Platform lawn Monday afternoon to read the stories of college students who committed suicide.
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Elizabeth Campos, Staff Writer
October 2, 2016
Filed under Events, Features, Long Beach, News
The Long Beach Post hosted its 40 Under 40 event Thursday night where seven Cal State University Long Beach alumni were recognized for their service to Long Beach and the community.
According to Dennis Dean, director of operations at the Long Beach Post, 40 Under 40 began in 2012 as a way to recognize the top 40 people under the age of 40 who contribute to the betterment of Long Beach.
The CSULB alumni recognized at... Read more »
September 18, 2016
“Computers control the world,” said Zoed Mora, a 27-year-old computer science major at Cal State University Long Beach.
Mora was given the opportunity to break into the technology industry via... Read more »
September 18, 2016
Red tables surrounded the pond at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Friday night as members of the Friends of the Japanese Garden celebrated the garden’s 35th anniversary.
A string quart... Read more »
September 11, 2016
After decades of planning, a new branch of the Long Beach Public Library opened in north Long Beach on Saturday.
The Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library’s grand opening was attended by Mayor Robert... Read more »