Students, staff and faculty can now enter the new Student Success Center located in the exterior quad between the Molecular Science building and Peterson Hall 1. The building is a renovation of the former Peterson Hall 2 and provides new academic labs, studio spaces and student lounges. The Daily 49er[Read More…]
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Long Beach State chemistry professor Stephen Mezyk has spent the last 18 years motivating students to pursue education and research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. “I enjoy getting my students excited about science, and to learn to think both critically and logically,” Mezyk said. Mezyk encourages them to seek[Read More…]
A successful lift off has prompted the Beach Launch team to construct a new and improved liquid propelled rocket named “Beach 2 ‘Karmen,’” while preparing for three engineering and aerospace competitions in 2019. The club has launched two rockets since becoming a student operated entity, including its first ever liquid[Read More…]
The Long Beach men’s volleyball team defeated USC 25-17, 26-24, 19-25, 25-17 in its home opener, sustaining its undefeated season.
Long Beach State springs back to life Tuesday as students filled the campus in droves after a monthlong winter break.
Long Beach State plans to introduce a translation studies minor in fall 2019. In the California State University and University of California systems, there are courses in translation but no institute or center with a focus on translation studies. The translation studies minor is under the Romance German Russian Language[Read More…]
Long Beach State professor Alexandra “Misty” Jaffe passed away Nov. 20, 2018. Her life is remember by her family and colleagues. Jaffe was born Jan. 11, 1960 in Lansing, MI. She grew up in a loving home that valued higher education. From the early age of 10, Jaffe knew she[Read More…]
After serving the Long Beach State community for six years, Associate Vice President Terri Carbaugh is leaving to work as vice chancellor of public affairs at Brandman University in Irvine. “It was a bittersweet decision,” Carbaugh said. “It’s been a privilege representing the campus community in Sacramento, Washington D.C. and[Read More…]
Over 80 Long Beach organizations, high schools and politicians marched down Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to celebrate the civil rights leader in the 31st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
The City Council discussed a new initiative to tackle homelessness and housing in Long Beach. During the motion, Kelly Colopy, the Long Beach Director of Health and Human Services, presented the Everyone Home Long Beach Task Force. According to the staff report, EHLB was designed to build on the city’s[Read More…]