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Governor Brown approves $364 million for CSUs

Governor Brown approves $364 million for CSUs

June 21, 2018

After months of lobbying from students, faculty and legislators, California Governor Jerry Brown approved more funding for the California State University system June 12. State lawmakers approved the budget June 14,...

Sports Medicine Center renamed to honor Dan Bailey

Sports Medicine Center renamed to honor Dan Bailey

June 15, 2018

Hundreds gathered at Long Beach State Thursday to honor Dan Bailey’s contribution of 36 years to the university’s athletics program. The Sports Medicine Center, located in the Kinesiology building, was...

Dirtbags show out in the MLB Draft

Dirtbags show out in the MLB Draft

June 7, 2018

After a disappointing season, four Dirtbags will have the opportunity to make their mark in the MLB after being drafted this week. Junior second baseman Jarren Duran was selected in the seventh round by the B...

The past, present and future of the three-pointer

The past, present and future of the three-pointer

Kevin Colindres, Sports Editor

June 6, 2018

Filed under Commentary, Men's Sports, Showcase, Sports, Today

Sunday night saw Stephen Curry break another NBA record by hitting 9 three-pointers in game two of the NBA Finals. He surpassed Ray Allen, who held the previous record of eight three-pointers in game two of the 2010 NBA ...

All university communications to be sent to BeachMail addresses starting in August

Samantha Diaz, Managing Editor

June 2, 2018

Filed under News, Today

Get ready to add another email to your notifications list — Cal State Long Beach announced in May that it will now send all announcements through BeachMail starting Aug. 2 to protect students from “phishing attacks and cyber scams.” The university previously allowed students to set their own preferred email through Google, Yahoo or other providers and automatically forwarded the emails from BeachMail to the set addre...

Most summertime infrastructure projects expected to be completed before classes begin

Most summertime infrastructure projects expected to be completed before classes begin

June 2, 2018

Although many students leave campus after their finals, Cal State Long Beach will still be bustling with construction over the summer. Physical Planning and Facilities Management will be undertaking ...

Local beachgoers paddle out to protest the breakwater

Local beachgoers paddle out to protest the breakwater

June 2, 2018

Dozens of Long Beach residents lined their surfboards along the shore Saturday morning in protest of the breakwater at the ninth annual Paddle Out in Memory of the Waves ceremony. Led by the Long Beach chapter of the non-profit environmental organization Surfr...

CSULB in discussion to implement affordable housing options

CSULB in discussion to implement affordable housing options

June 2, 2018

Over the next few years, Cal State Long Beach aims to take more homeless students off the streets by implementing affordable housing options both on campus and in the city. The university has ongoing negotiations with...