Following his directorship at the University of Nevada, Reno, Paul Baker Prindle will be taking on the role of leading the university museum.
Author: Saad Kazi
This weeks noontime events featured the Southgate native and his life story.
YWCA presented dozens of decorated T-shirts to raise awareness about sexual assault.
Long Beach residents had a chance to explore all of downtown Thursday night during the Live After 5ive event. The showcase, put together by the Downtown Long Beach Alliance, provides free entertainment to the general public every third Thursday of the month.
Long Beach State’s construction management department placed third in the Concrete Solutions category at the 2019 Associate Schools of Construction Student Competition in Sparks, Nevada Feb. 6-9. LBSU’s concrete team was one of 12 teams that participated in the category. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, University of Washington[Read More…]
The northbound Long Beach Transit bus stop located near Liberal Arts-1 will shut down Feb. 21 due to the Heating Hot Water Infrastructure Construction Project. It is expected to reopen on March 13, according to a campuswide email. The stop is an access point to over 10 bus routes and[Read More…]
A new alternative in green thinking is vulgar, absurd and sexual. More individuals are loosening up to challenge remarks of environmentalists being stern, gloomy hypocrites. Bad environmentalism is a relaxed, comical approach that informs the public of the damage that it creates on the environment. “These artists and activists are[Read More…]