Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E5 — Anti-Mask Instructor, Graduation Update, and CSULB Black History Month
Author: Cindy Aguilera
Fake Ally vs. Accomplice: How to know which one you are
Daily 49er interviewed Jeremy Scruggs, assistant director of Black Resources Center at CSULB, and learned the significance of an accomplice and how to not be a fake ally during Black History Month.
Q&A: What does Black History Month mean for Black people?
Daily49er staff spoke to Black Business Students Association members and Africana Studies professors in a conversation on how Black people celebrate Black History Month.
Beach Weekly S8E4: CSU Chancellor Resigns, ASI meets with graduating seniors and new Shake Smart
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E4 — CSU Chancellor Resigns, ASI meets with graduating seniors and new Shake Smart
Beach Weekly S8E3: CSULB Vaccine Clinics, REVCOM, and an Engineering Student’s Disappearance
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E3 — Vaccine Clinics, REVCOM, Corner Market Re-Opening, and Hunter Lewis’ Disappearance
CSULB support groups are here for the Beach community
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers many online and in-person support groups to help you with personal struggles and be on track for a successful year.
Beach Weekly S8E2: Week of Welcome, Moot Court Champions and ASI Senate meets with Spring Graduates
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E2 — Week of Welcome, Moot Court Champions and ASI Senate meets with Spring Graduates
Ask Jane: CSULB spring semester concerns
CSULB President Jane Close Conoley meets with the Daily Forty-Niner staff to answer questions about the COVID-19 safety measures, the status of in-person classes and future commencement plans.
Go Away SAD: How seasonal changes affect mental health and tools to combat it
Have you noticed a decline in your energy levels lately? Do shorter days and colder weather make you want to curl up and disappear? If so, the fall season could be to blame.
Native Americans want action not apologies
Los Angeles County has begun apologizing to Native Americans for the hardships and systemic racism they have experience during the establishment of California, but Native leaders say this is simply not enough.