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.
Inspired by a U.S. culture class, student Lydia Mok is taking a stand against the SRWC policies on sports bras.
Tseggi, 21, has been missing since Jan.16 and LBPD are asking for help from the community.
Associated Students Inc. holds its annual “Back to the Beach Week” to welcome students back to campus in a big way Jan. 21 through Jan. 23.
In the midst of a two-game losing streak, the Beach will look to bounce back in a huge way against the Big West’s top team.
Long Beach State Athletics has added a few new athletes to the various sports teams that represent the Beach.
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.
As construction continues on Parkside North Housing Project, entrance to campus via Earl Warren Drive will be closed until summer 2020.
After having been a major player as an underclassman for Long Beach State in the past two years, the team’s middle blocker has become the de facto leader on the reigning champion’s young roster.
Long Beach State shot 19 of 53 from the field and committed 23 turnovers in a loss to the Redhawks.