Hosted by the CSULB Linguistics Department and Linguistic Student Association, the event took place at the Speaker’s Platform and offered a variety of student presentations, activities and engagement-driven booths.
Assistant News Editors Hannah Getahun and James Chow discuss this past week’s notable news topics: LBSU mourns the death of two professors, the San Ysidro border closure and a flooded animation lab. 0:38 LBSU mourns the death of two professors 0:41 Math professor Kent Merryfield 1:20 Linguistics professor Alexandra “Misty”[Read More…]
Faculty learned over Thanksgiving break that linguistics professor Alexandra “Misty” Jaffe died in her home Tuesday. Jaffe, who was in her 50s, started her career at Long Beach State in 2001 and worked as both a professor and a department chair in linguistics. She has taught courses spanning from introductory[Read More…]
Cal State Long Beach students interested in expanding their linguistic knowledge will now have the opportunity to learn sign language through a new program being offered through the school. Barbara LeMaster, the new director for the American Sign Language in Linguistics and Deaf Cultures worked with linguistics faculty Wanette Reynolds[Read More…]