Two cars were stolen in the month of October, sparking questions as to whether or not crime on campus is on the rise.
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During the ASI senate meeting, on-campus issues were discussed in hopes of solving concerns.
Although faced with some hurdles, police chief John Brockie is committed to being part of the educational process at Long Beach.
Cal State University Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley responds to DACA repeal with funds for hefty renewal costs
Two weeks after President Donald Trump pulled the plug on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Cal State Long Beach announced Friday that funding will be provided for 2017 DACA renewals. For students completing a renewal by the Oct. 5 deadline, President Jane Close Conoley has committed $200,000 through the CSULB[Read More…]
Hall staff impersonators – Cal State Long Beach dorm residents spotted two suspicious male subjects entering the Parkside Dorm area, identifying themselves as “hall staff” to residents at 4 p.m. on Aug. 27. They are described as two white males, both having blond hair, thought to be in their 20’s,[Read More…]
University Police is investigating a string of thefts reported from the Hall of Sciences Center and the Molecular and Life Sciences Center. On March 9, students and faculty reported seven incidents of possible theft to police, including four wallets, from the two science buildings. The most recent incident took place[Read More…]