The religious studies professor spent two decades traveling to Mexico to learn as much as they could about the history and language their ancestors spoke. Later developing two classes from their findings.
Ralston Dacanay and Manny Valladares return from their two-week hiatus and run down some of the incoming freshmen for Men’s Basketball, the history behind CSULB Football and the preparation by Women’s Tennis’ return to action.
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CSULB’s women’s, gender and sexuality studies department fought an uphill battle to get to where they are today.
The fox squirrel, native to the Eastern U.S. that most students interact with, took years to eventually migrate to CSULB. Now, they are abundant on campus and have become symbolic to students.
Long Beach State football was once a prominent piece in the sports community, but after sanctions and down years piled up the team was disbanded in 1991.
From the simple beginning of parking in a dirt lot to 14,090 paved spots, “Parking has always been a problem.”
Protests have drastically changed at Long Beach State from the 1960s to now. In celebration of the university’s 70th anniversary, the Daily Forty-Niner takes a look at the history of student-led demonstrations at CSULB.
The sounds of high school students fidgeting with empty water bottles filled the Anatol Center Tuesday afternoon. Their hands wrinkled blank application papers as they listened to a handful of university students and faculty explain the importance of attending college. College Bridge: An Ethnic Studies Exchange was hosted at Cal[Read More…]
A large, neon hotel sign flashed above Third and Fourth Street. Its ‘20s-styled lettering and bright blue and pink colors stood tall above the neighboring buildings, proclaiming to its guests and passersby that the Dolly Varden Hotel had a bathtub in every room. “At the time it was built, a[Read More…]