Bong Joo Hwang, director of Counseling and Psychological Services, at Long Beach State knows that students are in need of services. He also knows that not enough resources are provided for every single student, but is working on changing that. Hwang is teaming up with his staff to make improvements[Read More…]
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The California State University system audited Long Beach State on its cash handling and cashiering practices from July 1, 2016 to Aug. 24, 2018, and found a lack of effectiveness in “operational, administrative, and financial controls.” According to the audit report released on Oct. 5, the locations on campus that[Read More…]
The Students of COMM 337 in collaboration with Seal Beach Animal Care Center and Bark Therapy Dogs allowed students to decompress with the use of therapy dogs.
The ethnic studies departments across California State University campuses continue to fight against an executive order that they believe will negatively affect ethnic studies departments at CSUs. Executive Order 1100-Revised was issued last year by CSU Chancellor Timothy White. There were recent protests on the CSUN campus where students voiced[Read More…]
A preschool teacher for the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center was apprehended by University Police Saturday after a faculty member called 911 following a complaint of suspicious behavior near the College of Business. Ernesto Higuera, who has since resigned from his position, was processed by the Long Beach Police Department[Read More…]
Following the death of George H.W. Bush on Nov. 30, the Daily 49er sat down with Craig Smith, former speech writer for the late president and emeritus professor of Communication Studies at Long Beach State.
The 49ers extend their losing streak against the Wildcats after a sloppy game, falling to 1-9 on the season.
Following a slow first half, the Long Beach State men’s basketball came out ahead against Southern Utah University with a 82-71 win.
For decades, the U.S. public school system has seen declining numbers in special education teachers, but the university has just received money to help alleviate this problem. This semester, Long Beach State’s College of Education received two grants totaling $2.5 million to combat this problem. These grants are awarded by[Read More…]
Craig Smith, a former professor of communication studies at Long Beach State, has had a long, illustrious career crafting and teaching the art of speech. From writing for the late President George H. W. Bush to founding the Center for Free Speech at LBSU and teaching classes in subjects such[Read More…]