CFA voting to strike against the CSU begins, and Stars Wars is coming to theaters in a short amount of time, in a galaxy very close to you.
Morning 49er News: 10.19.15
Long Beach celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month for the first time, and stay tuned for various crime updates.
Playing the Field : 10.15.15
During game 2 of the division series between the LA Dodgers and the New York Mets this past weekend, Dodgers’s second baseman Chase Utley made headlines after a controversial slide into second base, colliding with Ruben Tejada of the Mets. Were Utley’s actions motivated by malice, or were they an[Read More…]
Morning 49er News: 10.14.15
Keeping you current at the Beach with event an events calendar with performances at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center and the Theatre Arts Players Theater. Also, Jesus Ambrosio asks students where they would like to study abroad for this weeks campus voice.
Morning 49er News: 10.13.15
Religious ruckus on the free speech lawn, and learn about upcoming events for National Coming Out Week.
Morning 49er News: 10.11.15
Marathon invade the streets of Long Beach, and CSU and CFA are having trouble coming to agreement. Stay tuned for this weeks culture corner segment.
Playing the Field : 10.8.15
It’s October, and for many sports fans it’s time to celebrate playoff season for baseball. With the World Series looming on the horizon, Jared and Ramon try to settle which team–Dodgers and Angels–most Cal State Long Beach students and faculty seem to root for.
Morning 49er News: 10.7.15
Keeping you current at the Beach! Mitchell Keith and Andrew Linde talk about today’s top headlines in the Daily 49er. Also, a special report with student opinion’s about an upcoming smoking ban on the CSULB campus. Special events this week include the Let’s Talk Consent presentation and some free films[Read More…]
Morning 49er News: 10.6.15
Today we learn about the progress at Grow Beach, and details on Senate Bill 128.
Morning 49er News : 10.5.15
Discover the new outlets at the pike, and learn about the event that raised $1 million dollars for heart disease over the weekend. Also, stay tuned for a new segment called Culture Corner.