Academic dishonesty penalties were dismissed from computer science students who took CECS 328 in fall ’21.
Any news pertaining to the CSU system as a whole, not just CSULB. This includes news that affects all of the universities in the CSU system.
Return to Anaheim: Commencement 2023 is back at Angel Stadium
President Jane Close Conoley says class sizes have “overwhelmed the space we have on campus.”
Upset over $100 graduation fee? Here’s why
In order for Long Beach State students to graduate, a $100 fee is required to successfully submit an application.
DACA program to remain protected at CSULB with President Conoley
After a federal appeals court ruling, DACA’s placement at The Beach was discussed in an interview with President Jane Close Conoley.
CFA Long Beach denounces Ron Herrera, continues plans for labor union center
The Long Beach chapter of CFA continues their plan for a labor union center at CSULB and denounce the racist remarks from LA CFL president Ron Herrera.
Former Daily Forty-Niner journalist wins settlement from LA Sheriff’s Department
Lawsuit by former Long Beach State student against LA sheriff and department for damages, has been settled.
The Nugget expected to reopen in spring 2023
The Forty-Niner Shops officials explain how The Nugget will change when it reopens in spring 2023.
Student leaders demand Conoley for new multicultural resource building
Student leaders challenged the university’s propaganda to support a diverse student body by voicing their concerns over the university’s treatment of the multicultural resource center.
Fine Arts students protest at Founders Day event
Fine Arts students advocated for healthier classroom conditions during celebration of Long Beach State’s 73rd anniversary.
How prepared is Long Beach State for future heat waves?
Although the university is working toward campus sustainability, Long Beach State infrastructure struggles to hold up against record-setting temperatures.