Over 3,500 students, staff, faculty and community members participated in Imagine Beach 2030, an online event garnering input on what Long Beach State should look like in the next 12 years.
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News Editor Emma DiMaggio and Assistant News Editor James Chow give a roundup of this week’s notable news stories: California State University Board of Trustees meetings, Associated Students Inc. homelessness panel and the Imagine Beach 2030 initiative. Board of Trustees: 0:32 ASI homeless awareness panel: 8:11 Beach 2030: 10:10 Music[Read More…]
Posts varying from discourse over the introduction of an e-sports association to the appointment of a giraffe as the new mascot with the hashtag #LongBeachLongNecks filled the feed of users engaged with the Imagine Beach 2030 online event Wednesday. Through Imagine Beach 2030, students, faculty and community members all over[Read More…]
The Daily 49er sat down with President Jane Close Conoley Wednesday, Sept. 5 to ask her about her ambitions for the new semester and her hopes for the future of the campus. Conoley touched on new housing developments, parking, more classes, the fate of Prospector Pete and the new Beach[Read More…]
In 12 years, Genesis Jara envisions Long Beach State as a campus where students who are in the greatest need, receive the most support. Jara, Associated Students, Inc. president, imagines an overnight housing center, affordable textbooks and sustainable funding in order for the campus to not rely on inconsistent[Read More…]
The Academic Senate gathered Thursday for the first time in over a month to hear President Jane Close Conoley announce her new initiative “Beach 2030: Building our future on changing tides,” which is set to begin fall of 2018. The initiative aims to gather community input to plan for the[Read More…]