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Blotter: Domestic violence at Beachside College

A noise complaint turned into a possible domestic violence dispute at Beachside College Sunday around 2:46 a.m., University Police Lt. Richard Goodwin said. University Police arrived on scene to find a male walking toward the front of Beachside, when officers made contact, Goodwin said. The possibly intoxicated male would not[Read More…]

CSULB aims to reduce water consumption by 20 percent

As California’s record-breaking drought continues, Cal State Long Beach is trying to reduce its water consumption by 20 percent, according to Paul Winco, the CSULB energy and sustainability manager. “Basically this is our response to the governor,” Winco said. “CSULB, along with the rest of the [Cal State University], has[Read More…]

Bubbles at The Beach

Throughout the years there have been a number of James Bonds, but his drink has remained the same — Vodka martini, shaken not stirred. Stanford University professor Richard N. Zare delivered a presentation titled, “Shaken and Not Stirred – Why James Bond Prefers his Vodka Martinis That Way,” at the[Read More…]

Israeli soldiers share their heritage, war stories

Two soldiers from the Israeli Defense Forces visited Cal State Long Beach yesterday to share their battleground experiences with students as part of the sixth annual “Israel Soldier Stories” tour. The Jewish student organization, Beach Hillel, and StandWithUs, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate students on Israel, sponsored the[Read More…]

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