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Governor Brown’s proposed final budget plan is not enough to fund Cal State system

Governor Brown’s proposed final budget plan is not enough to fund Cal State system

January 21, 2018

Just hours after California Governor Jerry Brown released his budget plan on Jan. 10, members of the Cal State system were quick to criticize. Brown’s plan offered to allocate $92.1 million toward the...

What’s new at CSULB

What’s new at CSULB

January 21, 2018

After a well-deserved hiatus from Cal State Long Beach, it’s time to dust off that noggin and hit the books. Here’s a rundown of everything you missed on campus over winter break to get you up to s...

CSULB finds new leadership in Scott Apel

CSULB finds new leadership in Scott Apel

January 21, 2018

When Scott Apel first stepped onto campus sometime in the late ‘80s, he was a psychology major. Last month, he was named the new Vice President of Administration and Finance. President Jane Close ...

Suspicious surveyor, extortion, threats and delinquent cyclists

Suspicious surveyor, extortion, threats and delinquent cyclists

Joel Vaughn, Assistant News Editor

January 21, 2018

Filed under Crime, News, Today

Suspicious Surveyor Apprehended - Four individuals who were approached by a male survey conductor soliciting personal and sexual information called in the incidents to University Police after the timely...

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia focuses on lowering crime rates through new justice lab

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia focuses on lowering crime rates through new justice lab

James Chow, Assistant News Editor

January 10, 2018

Filed under Events, Long Beach, News, Today

Seconds before a symphony of applause filled the auditorium, bright lights shined on Mayor Robert Garcia of Long Beach. The stage was his. He commandeered his audience and, with confidence said: “Th...

Students gather on campus in support of Palestine

Students gather on campus in support of Palestine

December 17, 2017

Unfurling a 20-foot banner that read “Hands off Jerusalem,” students of Cal State Long Beach swiftly responded to President Donald Trump’s recent announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In peaceful protest, approximately 20...

Protest on possible Net Neutrality Repeal

December 11, 2017

Long Beach activists protest possible net neutrality repeal. Verizon stores all over the country were met with picketers in support of preserving internet regulations.

Car damage, hit and run, burglaries and K-9 service calls

Car damage, hit and run, burglaries and K-9 service calls

Payton Cōplin, Staff Writer

December 10, 2017

Filed under Crime, News, Today

Car damage - University Police responded to a call for service at 5:15 p.m. on Nov. 30 to Lot 16, which involved property damage to a student’s vehicle. The victim’s car was parked in the west side of t...