According to Chris Lowe, director of Long Beach State’s Shark Lab, juvenile white sharks have remained in the area partially due to warmer waters and an abundance of prey.
Author: Gabriel Islas
Dodgers once again crowned champions after 32 years
For the first time since 1988, the Los Angeles Dodgers joined the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday in bringing a dual championship back to the city. Magic Johnson’s Lakers defeated a very strong Detroit Pistons team led by Isiah Thomas during that year’s NBA finals, winning the championship in seven games. [Read More…]
Non-profit organization Long Beach Forward seeks to empower low-income communities in Long Beach
Long Beach Forward is creating opportunities for residents in Long Beach through developmental programs and organizing health and equity campaigns in order to build up communities that have been left out from decision-making.
Long Beach State GWAR testing postponed until fall amid coronavirus concerns
Students who had paid to take the exam on April 11 will now be given the option to take it either August 29 or September 26.
CSULB students use drone technology to survey shark patterns
The Shark Lab at CSULB has teamed up with Fullerton College to create a “shark forecast” to better understand the behavior of sharks and their interaction with humans.
CSULB men’s water polo to send players to Junior World Championship
The Long Beach State men’s water polo team will be representing three different countries in Kuwait City, Kuwait, with the possibility of seeing teammates as the opposition.
Ocean Resiliency fundraiser gala supports CSULB’s Shark Lab
The event helped raise funds for the university and the Aquarium of the Pacific while speakers stressed the importance of protecting oceans.
CSULB holds vigil for family killed in Halloween crash
The community came together at an emotional vigil in honor of Raihan Dakhil and her family after their deaths due to a tragic incident on Halloween night.
Dirtbags play first intrasquad scrimmage at Blair Field Friday
The Dirtbags played a six-inning game to prepare for the upcoming season.
Violence in ‘Joker’ is exaggerated by the media
The new “Joker” has been in the limelight after the media has portrayed the film as a possible violence trigger. However, the movie has no intentions of making people violent. It just shows an optional back-story for a comic book character.