Previously, the alumni center was scheduled to begin construction in 2018, but due to complications, like the recent earthquakes, it was pushed back to fall 2020.
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The once bustling Soroptimist house served as a student union and a place for community gatherings. Now, the historic building will be a 6,000 square-foot alumni center, which is expected to start construction summer 2020.
On the first Beach Weekly of 2019, James Chow talks with Daily 49er reporters about construction updates from university administration to the Long Beach community, the CSU wide tuition freeze and the new Student Success Center. The special guests on today’s podcast are Hannah Getahun, Austin Brumblay and Paula Kiley.[Read More…]
In this week’s regularly scheduled podcast, Assistant News Editor James Chow goes over the new alumni center and talks to Daily 49er reporters who covered this week’s ASI and Pregnant and Parenting Students Club’s meetings. Alumni Center: 0:26 ASI Senate Meeting: 1:04 Pregnant and Parenting Students Club 7:01
Vivian Napoles, Associated Students Inc. commissioner of LGBTIQ+ Affairs, reported to the ASI Senate Wednesday about accommodating more transgender students on campus. According to Napoles, the LGBTIQ+ section of the Campus Climate Committee has been working with Mark Zakhour, the director of Design and Construction Services, in creating more single-use[Read More…]
If the proposed Anna W. Ngai Alumni and Visitor Center receives all $12 million of funding expected to begin construction, Cal State Long Beach students may spot a new building in the parking lots near Atherton Street and Merriam Way. The building is currently slated to begin construction in the[Read More…]