A new semester brings a new and improved Beach Weekly at the Daily Forty-Niner. Host Aubrey Balster discusses the proposed downtown university village and an update on the controversial termination of former vice president of student affairs Carmen Taylor. And sports analysts Manuel Valladares and Ralston Dacanay break down the latest in men’s basketball and volleyball.
Author: Julia Terbeche
Former CSULB President F. King Alexander is considering going for the top positions in California’s university systems
After the UC president and CSU chancellor both announced they will be stepping down, the top two university positions in the state are coming available. Former CSULB president and current LSU President F. King Alexander is one of the potential candidates to head one of the systems.
After CSULB reduced the Thanksgiving holiday from five days to three, some students are deciding to skip class Monday and Tuesday that week. This is prompting CSULB professors to consider cancelling Monday and Tuesday classes altogether.
The Rho Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi is the only LGBTQ fraternity in CSULB’s Greek system. The frat is a second home for gay, bisexual, and transgender men seeking a club free of toxic masculinity.
No. 4 UCSB defeats No. 7 Long Beach in a tight game Saturday night at the Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center. The tense match left fans biting their nails until the final second.
President Conoley plans a new honors college to be a step-up from the University Honors Program. The new college will be an affordable, participatory honors experience for willing students, she said.
Anti-abortion activists resort to fear-mongering using graphic posters, rather than civilly expressing their opinions.
The album reflects confidence through her recognizable indie-pop style. The Swedish singer-songwriter returns with a fresh take on life.
Gift bags and breakfast were given to students, staff and faculty that attended to grand-reopening.
Long Beach State’s inconsistent holiday breaks causes confusion among students.