Snoopy’s bright red dog house, Carl Fredricksen’s floating house from Disney Pixar’s ‘Up’ and the Polar Express traversed down Beach Drive for the 2019 Holiday Cart Parade. Departments from all across campus participated in the annual event.
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The once bustling Soroptimist house served as a student union and a place for community gatherings. Now, the historic building will be a 6,000 square-foot alumni center, which is expected to start construction summer 2020.
A fire alarm sounded off in the College of Business Administration building Wednesday around noon, causing students and faculty in the building to evacuate for nearly two hours. At 1:47 p.m., BeachALERT sent out an email notifying students that power had been restored to the building and classes would resume[Read More…]
Students trying to catch a study break in the University Library’s lower level will be greeted by locked double doors with a sign taped to them stating that the entire floor except for the Disabled Students Study Room is closed. Those who don’t have access to room 13, the Disabled[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…]
This article was updated on Dec. 12 Imagine walking back to your car late one night after class, and from the corner of your eye you notice a figure in the dark following you. Your phone is dead, so you run to one of the blue emergency light towers stationed[Read More…]
Library goers may want to think twice before taking a deep breath to relax while studying for finals. The University Library’s second floor study area and its bookshelves, rooms 202 and 203, are set to reopen for students in time for finals after Aspergillus mold was discovered in the book[Read More…]
Those who walk across Cal State Long Beach on a regular basis have likely noticed a uncharacteristically inanimate escalator next to the University Student Union building. Multiple times throughout the semester the escalator has been shut down for maintenance, forcing students to — perish the thought — tackle the stairs.[Read More…]
After being red-tagged early in September, The Isabel Patterson Child Development Center re-opened its doors on Sept. 25. Director of the center AlecSandria Colchico said that it was a smooth transition back and that the center was only closed for two days. A building that has been red-tagged is uninhabitable[Read More…]