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Crime blotter: Damage to cars and suspicious characters

Crime blotter: Damage to cars and suspicious characters

Grant Hermanns, Opinions Editor

October 15, 2018

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

Demolition derby - Multiple reports of vehicle vandalism occurred at Long Beach State, including a keyed car and a broken window. The first occurred on Oct. 5 when a passerby noticed a shattered window...

Merchandise of our favorite fuzzy tails relocate in the bookstore

Merchandise of our favorite fuzzy tails relocate in the bookstore

October 10, 2018

A recent Twitter post from Alex Manfredi, Daily 49er assistant sports editor, caused community-wide speculation over the possibility of a squirrel becoming the new mascot for Long Beach State. “So I ...

Academic Senate debates General Education ‘diversity’ category’s name

Emma DiMaggio, Assistant News Editor

October 9, 2018

Filed under Campus, News, Today

Academic senators spent one hour of their meeting discussing whether the new General Education Policy should name a GE requirement “Racial/Ethnic Diversity” or “Human Diversity,” ultimately not making a final decision on the matter. At the Sept. 20 Academic Senate meeting, a new ad hoc committee was formed to review the General Education and Requirements Policy drafted by the Curriculum and Educational Policies Council and an additional committee. According to ad hoc committee representative Grace Reynolds...

Green Rides Expo introduces clean, green riding machine

Green Rides Expo introduces clean, green riding machine

October 9, 2018

Evan Whitener, a Long Beach State alumnus and owner of Long Beach’s The Bicycle Stand, was enthusiastic about bike-riding during his time as an undergraduate student in the industrial design program. ...

In photos: 34th annual Long Beach Marathon

In photos: 34th annual Long Beach Marathon

October 8, 2018

The 34th annual JetBlue Long Beach Marathon on Sunday had more than 15,000 runners participating in races such as the 13.1 mile half marathon and the 26.2 mile full marathon. The runners started in Shoreline...

Family friendly study area unveiled in University Library

Family friendly study area unveiled in University Library

October 8, 2018

Perplexed stares from students in the University Library were a common sight for Karla Rodriguez whenever she brought her 5-year-old son, Maximus, with her to study. The Division of Student Affairs aims to offe...

President Conoley confirms Carmen Taylor’s separation from campus

President Conoley confirms Carmen Taylor’s separation from campus

October 8, 2018

President Jane Close Conoley sent out an email 4:40 p.m. Monday confirming Mary Ann Takemoto as the Interim Vice President for Student Affairs. “This decision comes in the wake of Vice President Carmen Taylo...

Students hold ‘Believe Survivors March’ in response to Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court appointment

Students hold ‘Believe Survivors March’ in response to Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court appointment

October 8, 2018

“Hey hey, ho ho, Brett Kavanaugh has got to go!” Chants like this could be heard throughout upper campus as a hoard of about thirty students in all black clothing marched on Monday for the “Bel...