In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives the lowdown of recent campus-related news and sits down with Daily Forty-Niner Arts and Life Editor Paula Kiley to discuss the CSULB Laptop Ensemble. Sports analyst Manuel Valladares gives an update on the latest in Beach athletics.
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In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster discusses upcoming campus events and sits down with Daily Forty-Niner News Editor Madalyn Amato to discuss recent developments in the story of missing CSULB student Abiel Tseggi. Sports analysts Manuel and Ralston dive into last week’s upset win by LBSU men’s basketball against UC Irvine.
A new semester brings a new and improved Beach Weekly at the Daily Forty-Niner. Host Aubrey Balster discusses the proposed downtown university village and an update on the controversial termination of former vice president of student affairs Carmen Taylor. And sports analysts Manuel Valladares and Ralston Dacanay break down the latest in men’s basketball and volleyball.
The small opening near the “Go Beach” sign, also known as the gap, often has people waiting in line just to walk through it.
After a student referendum and over 10,000 votes from the campus and Long Beach community, the 49ers and Prospector Pete have officially been replaced.
The final round of votes in early May will determine the university’s new identity.
Heads hung low and frustrations ran high as Long Beach State dropped match after match in its final home game of the season. Long Beach (11-4, 4-2 Big West) fell 6-1 against conference rival UC Santa Barbara (8-6, 2-0 Big West) Saturday, struggling to rekindle the magic it found in[Read More…]
If there is one thing most members of Cal State Long Beach can agree on, it’s that the school has commitment issues. First of all, what is the university’s official name — CSULB or Long Beach State University? Is the mascot a prospector, a pyramid, The 49er or The Beach?[Read More…]
Contrary to popular belief, no student fees were spent to build the 6-foot, concrete gold-cast “Go Beach” letters near Brotman Hall. The new “Go Beach” letters were erected the first week of school and stand 6 feet tall by the west turnaround as a byproduct of a $26 million campuswide[Read More…]
Trailing the announcement of a potential increase in tuition last November, the Cal State University Board of Trustees met Tuesday to discuss the issue again in more concrete terms. Going into the 2018-2019 academic and fiscal year, the board is requiring a state investment of $263 million and an additional[Read More…]