Even though our campus is full of historic and artistic expression, it’s almost too easy to take these things for granted and forget they’re even there.
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Has Disney seen better days?
Disney has exerted great effort into live-action remakes of old classics that leave audiences feeling either nostalgic or dispirited.
ASI discusses active shooting training, Black/Africana Studies support and USU fees
Members of ASI discuss active shooting training, Black/Africana Studies and the reconstruction of the University Student Union.
A tale of 2 commencements
Administration at CSUF made a program for commencement including students in the planning which is something that CSULB has yet to develop.
The future of Native American rights is in the hands of the Supreme Court
According to Native American Rights Fund, ICWA has been recognized by child welfare experts as the standard in child welfare practice. The law has helped many Native children and families in the child welfare systems. However, the law has been challenged and that risks ICWA’s power to help Native American children.
International Labor Day kicks off with a CSU faculty protest
The California State University Employee Union was joined by other unions across the including the Academic Professionals of California and Teamsters, in the solidarity to fight for better employee salary and working conditions.
Fostering Futures and Guardian Scholars to hold two events in May
To celebrate Foster Youth month, Guardian Scholars and Fostering Futures are holding events to celebrate the achievements of students who come from foster youth backgrounds.
Catalyst CEO Elliot Lewis puts the grass in grassroots for Long Beach
CEO Elliot Lewis of Catalyst Cannabis examines the ongoing dispute with the Long Beach city council, creating a localized ripple effect of cold-shouldered responses while becoming a beacon of hope for independent cannabis dispensaries.
How CSULB combats sexual assault with Title IX and UPD
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, two campus resources that provide support and knowledge to prevent sexual misconduct and/or aid survivors are highlighted.
Sewage spill closes local beaches
Around 250,000 gallons of sewage was spilled from Downey, affecting Long Beach’s waters.