CSULB President Jane Close Conoley gives a deeper insight on why the winter commencement plan did not work out.
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Long Beach’s affordable housing crisis leads to growth of accessory dwelling units, impacting CSULB community
With limited student housing options, the city has begun seeing projects like the expansion of a single-family home into an 11-bedroom, 11-bathroom unit on El Roble Street.
Spill the Tea is a weekly section for students to share their opinions and make their voices heard. Long Beach State students answer a question that can range from the silly to the political. We at the Daily 49er value the diverse opinions of the CSULB student body and look forward to you sharing them with us.
Since the Feb. 14 shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, both sides of the aisle have dug into their respective corners, calling for legislative changes. The national conversation has trotted out the usual talking points: mental health, various bans on various weapons and violent video[Read More…]
Medicinal marijuana saved my life. I know it sounds like a hyperbole, but for millions of people like me it has helped us live day to day. I believe it’s time, 22 years after the legalization of medical marijuana, for the Cal State University system to accommodate those who rely[Read More…]
I have a secret, one I’ve been struggling to keep due to fear of backlash, but feel must be said regardless of how it is received. I absolutely despise being approached by religious recruiters on campus while I’m scurrying between classes or sunbathing on a warm bench. Let me be[Read More…]
Higher education comes at too high a cost for many lower class Americans, and it’s only getting worse
Growing up underprivileged in today’s society is hard — just ask any of the 12.7 percent of individuals that live below the poverty line in America as of 2017. But what’s even more taxing and seemingly impossible than growing up in destitution? Try being born into these circumstances and living[Read More…]
Criminal Justice major serves more than just the police officer or lawyer career path. The Criminal Justice Student Association hosted a job fair on Wednesday to help students network with agencies in the criminal justice field. “In our field law enforcement is a very broad, very general field of work,”[Read More…]