Waves of people flooded the University Art Museum Sunday for the opening reception of “Call and Response, When We Say…You Say,” an exhibition guest curated by Slanguage co-creators Karla Diaz and Mario Ybarra Jr.
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Students, staff and faculty can now enter the new Student Success Center located in the exterior quad between the Molecular Science building and Peterson Hall 1. The building is a renovation of the former Peterson Hall 2 and provides new academic labs, studio spaces and student lounges. The Daily 49er[Read More…]
The Long Beach men’s volleyball team defeated USC 25-17, 26-24, 19-25, 25-17 in its home opener, sustaining its undefeated season.
Over 80 Long Beach organizations, high schools and politicians marched down Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to celebrate the civil rights leader in the 31st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
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.
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.
The on-campus Shark Lab has been recognized worldwide for its research on “the physiological and behavioral ecology of marine animals.” Directed by Christopher Lowe, professor of marine biology, the lab depends on the contributions of student researchers such as research technician Arthur Barraza and biology graduate students Echelle Burns and[Read More…]
Shiza Shahid, CEO and co-founder of the Malala Fund, was welcomed to Long Beach State Thursday for Associated Student Inc.’s Evening with event where she discussed topics such as activism, entrepreneurship and educational rights.