In this final Beach Weekly special, host Manny Valladares sits down with Mark Lindahl, Ralston Dacanay, Robert Hollar, Teran Rodriguez, Cain Hernandez, and Ramon Alvarado to talk Long Beach State sports this year. Each writer also talks about what LBSU story they loved covering the most.
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In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives you the latest news on campus, including a racist video posted by a Long Beach State student and plans for Fall 2020 alternative instruction. Balster also dives into the most recent numbers regarding coronavirus in Long Beach.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, hear from Long Beach State students about the routines they have developed in midst of coronavirus.
In this Beach Weekly special, Daily Forty-Niner Podcast Editor Manuel Valladares and Opinions Editor Perry Continente discuss their dueling op-eds on Joe Biden and “voting blue no matter who.”
With Joe Biden set to be the Democratic Party nominee, voters may be put off by his decades-long history of political gaffes, so if he wishes to win us over he must put out substantive policies.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, Long Beach State students share their experiences in midst of the coronavirus pandemic. As social distancing practices continue, students discuss how their education, personal relationships and jobs have been affected.
Despite two unsuccessful presidential campaigns, Sanders has managed to spark a fire in younger voters as they look to continue his political revolution.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, CSULB students share their experiences in midst of the coronavirus pandemic. With students discussing issues like online instruction, layoffs and a lack of social interaction.
The 49er Shops human resources department notified 403 of its employees Monday that they would be laid off as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
As the school continues to deal with the ongoing threat of COVID-19, the 49er shops have decided to create provisional hours in the process, affecting more than a hundred student jobs.