Assembly Bill 5’s attempt to protect freelancers hurts them instead, and California needs to ditch the bill ASAP
After a struggle between the NCAA and state legislators, the collegiate sports governing body is making changes to “modernizing” student-athletes’ financial ambitions.
SB 206 is a CA congressional bill that was meant to benefit players, but instead it may prevent them from playing any NCAA sanctioned sports.
With Walker Canyon’s miles of hills carpeted in flaming orange California poppies, it’s no surprise that the ecological reserve has been a beacon for Instagram flower children hungry for a picture perfect post.
Statewide catastrophes often wind up revealing severe flaws within a state’s economic system. California’s wildfires which blazed through more than 200,000 acres, all through the Sierra Nevada foothills and Los Angeles shoreline, throughout the month of November, are now 100 percent contained, according to The New York Times. Aside from[Read More…]
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…]
Two days following the news that Cal State Long Beach’s commencement would be moving from the Central Quad to George Allen Field and go without live music due to budget cuts, over a thousand students had already signed a Change.org petition in response. “Save Commencement at CSULB” was published by[Read More…]
Students scurried from the parking lots to their classrooms this week, shielding themselves with hats and “sunbrellas” from torrid triple digit weather. As Cal State Long Beach experienced a scorching heat wave on Monday and Tuesday, students took shelter in air conditioned buildings and campus shuttles. A red flag warning[Read More…]
The state may be out of a drought, but Cal State Long Beach is still making an effort to conserve water by implementing a Water Action Plan to help achieve the California State University statewide goal of having a 20 percent reduction in urban water use by the year 2020.[Read More…]