In the midst of a rough, lonely year, a letter was published addressing the issues within our newsroom. We’ve taken some time to reflect and are ready to make a lasting change.
Author: Editor in chief
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President Jane Close Conoley said in an interview with the Daily 49er Wednesday, the spring 2019 commencement ceremony would be moved yet again.
Each semester, The Daily 49er tries to fit into President Jane Close Conoley’s busy schedule to catch up with her
For the past eight months, Long Beach Rocketry students have dedicated most of their nights designing and building their project in the Collaborative Autonomous Systems Laboratory on campus. To ensure their hard work pays off on competition day, the team drives two hours to test their launches at the Friends[Read More…]
When Daily 49er advisers warned student editors about the possible repercussions of printing the headline “Just fucking vote” on the cover of the newspaper, the staff took a risk. That front page won first place for Best Front Page at the annual California College Media Association awards Saturday. When the[Read More…]
They finish each other’s sentences and share a level of comradery they carry off the court and into their daily interactions.
Long Beach City Council passed a motion Tuesday that allows the city manager to purchase a property that will be repurposed as a new, year-round homeless shelter in North Long Beach. City staff has identified the property as the site for the development of a state-of-the-art, village-style campus for homeless[Read More…]
A 182 square foot “private, stylish, fully furnished Tiny House” was available for rent last week on Zillow, the Long Beach Post reported Friday. According to the seller, it had just about everything you need, except for space of course, for $1,675 a month. While this may seem like a[Read More…]
The Associated Students Inc. Senate passed a resolution approving the search for a new mascot and outlining its plan Wednesday. The proposal outlined the process from public submissions to the final approval of the mascot that is still being decided. Students, faculty and residents will have an opportunity to submit[Read More…]