As someone with a family member attending Long Beach State, I am gravely concerned that school administration does not appear to be taking the Oct. 7 shelter-in-place emergency seriously enough.
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the editor are opeds from outside people that are given to the 49er to run.
Alumnus Brian M. Cuaron voices his opinions about a recent letter from the CSU system to the Supreme Court.
In design class, we learn that typography is a key element in helping create the identity of any magazine or newspaper. In newspapers, however, it is often left unchecked.
For decades, Long Beach State has set an example for local activism, community engagement, civic purpose and a commitment to voter participation and election involvement. With this crucial, fast-approaching election, keep in mind that your vote is the one that counts! The direction of California’s future is on every ballot[Read More…]
Letter to the Editor: response to the Long Beach State School of Art Concerned Students of Color and Allies
I write this in response to questions directed to me by the [Long Beach State] School of Art Concerned Students of Color and Allies. University Art Museum staff are precluded from comment due to the ongoing appeal process. I want to be clear, I speak only in my capacity as[Read More…]
A Response to the College of the Arts Dean Cyrus Parker-Jeannette, Long Beach State Spokesperson Terri Carbaugh, California State University Employees Union Chapter 315 President Jennifer Moran, and whom else it may concern: Since the firing of the University Art Museum director Kimberli Meyer on Sept. 11, there have been[Read More…]
On April 16, the ASI Senate passed a resolution 21-0-1, commemorating the career of Dr. Joseph L. White and to support the Dr. Joseph L. White’s Legacy Memorial Project. The project proposes that CSULB President Jane Close Conoley name a building on campus to recognize Dr. White’s role as the[Read More…]
On Monday, tickets for the ASI Big Event for 2018 went on sale. The line of students attempting to receive the Disneyland tickets was ridiculous, stretching from the USU almost to the Library. In my four years at Long Beach State I have never seen so many students line up[Read More…]
Dreamers The self-evident themes of movement, stagnation, and uncertainty are creatively brought to the fore in “Dreamers: Aqui y Alla.” Under the directorial supervision of Andrea Caban and Julie Granarat-Huicutt, our own CSULB actors and Dreamers make perpetual, determined crossings and recrossings of the sparsely designed set, conveying the purposeful[Read More…]
Dear Daily 49er Editorial Board, Thank you for your excellent coverage of the ongoing controversy regarding the changes to our CSULB commencement ceremonies. As chair of the Academic Senate, I am writing to let you know something you probably already realize: As you felt “a lack of communication between the[Read More…]