Students now have the same meeting parameters as faculty members, allowing them to host meetings with up to 300 participants for as long as 30 hours.
Author: Chance Sinerius
CSULB’s Project Rebound to assist formerly incarcerated students
Long Beach State’s new Project Rebound program works to help incarcerated individuals who are looking to pursue higher education after reentering society.
Staff picks: Long Beach State’s top-10 games this year
Although the sports season ended shortly and abruptly, Long Beach State teams still had some memorable moments. Here’s a list of the Daily Forty-Niner’s top-10 games this year.
The virtual draft is not the same as in-person; a special day has been taken from student-athletes
Many hardworking students and athletes will miss out on the ceremonies that recognize their accomplishments, as college graduations and the NFL Draft will be drastically different this year.
Coronavirus pandemic ends men’s club volleyball season early
Although seniors of the university athletics department have the possibility of regaining eligibility after the lost spring 2020 season, the seniors on club teams will likely see an early retirement.
CSULB industrial design student lives and works out of Volkswagen Vanagon
The van lifestyle gives Armand a rent-free approach to college and allows him the scheduling freedom to enjoy outdoor activities such as mountain biking and surfing.
A Super Tuesday rundown
A breakdown of California’s most popular candidates and their takes on immigration, climate change, healthcare and higher education policy.
Industrial design students use biomimicry to design products that help the environment
Students in the Long Beach State industrial design program are designing products that cover a variety of environmental concerns. The designs will be submitted to the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.
Long Beach State Surf Club is making waves by spreading the love of surfing
The Long Beach State Surf Club spends its Fridays teaching future surfers and practicing for competitions in Huntington Beach.
Seven CSULB alumni help record latest Star Wars soundtrack
Alumni of the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music sing in the Los Angeles Master Chorale for the Oscar-nominated “Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker.”