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Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.

First day brings stress, long lines

Among the chaotic labyrinth of cars waiting at the light on Bellflower Boulevard emerges a single rider car on his way through the intersection. Arriving in the parking lot, the car pulls into the structure but encounters the obvious: traffic. After the student parks, he makes his way to the[Read More…]

Attendance beneficial to learning

There are plenty of fun things to do in Long Beach, and for many students, going to class is at the bottom of the list. “They really don’t want to go to class because we live right by the beach,” said Laura Kintz, a senior kinesiology major. Whether or not[Read More…]

Alexander addresses 2006 Convocation

Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander told a crowd of about a 1,000 that the university should raise more money, significantly enhance the living, learning and teaching environments of the campus, and provide affordable housing options for staff and faculty at the 2006 Annual Convocation Friday. Alexander also[Read More…]

New company offers textbook options

As the fall semester approaches, the usual talk about the high price of textbooks is a common conversation among many college students. A new approach for combating the problem of paying for expensive books is being offered by a new startup company, Freeload Press. The small St. Paul, Minn. publisher[Read More…]

High textbook prices still a major problem

With the rising cost of tuition, many college students are finding ways to cut down on expenses. One common gripe among students is the cost of textbooks, the backbones of most courses. Some students look for used books or previous editions of a newly-revised text. Others swap with friends, but[Read More…]

AAC assist students for graduation

The Academic Advising Center (AAC), located next to the University Library, has moved to the Steve and Nini Horn Center due to library construction. It will continue to provide services to Cal State Long Beach students. While students are aware of the center, only a few can identify all of[Read More…]

The Beach suffers power shortages

Cal State Long Beach has recently endured two power outages, something that has not occurred for several years, according to Scott Charmack, Associate Vice-President for Physical Planning and Facilities Management at CSULB. He acknowledged that power outages can occur in a myriad of ways, but CSULB is quite prepared for[Read More…]

Employers check MySpace profiles regularly

It’s not even noon yet, and Hillary McKenna a senior majoring in journalism, is not only trying to finish her reading and get ready for work, but she is checking her MySpace messages simultaneously on her Sidekick. “I’m on MySpace constantly,” McKenna said. “It helps me plan out my day[Read More…]

Male nursing students increase at CSULB

Despite stereotypes of male nurses, male enrollment in the nursing program at Cal State Long Beach has increased. According to Loucine Huckabay, director and professor of the nursing program, the increase in enrollment is because of diminishing stereotypes and the opportunities offered by the nursing program. Huckabay said the stereotype[Read More…]

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