LBSU was noticeably quieter as students and faculty opted to stay away.
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One hundred pounds of California coastal flowers fill the sacred land’s space. Talks of potential ceremonial housing are ongoing.
Emergency survival equipment will be placed around campus for students, faculty and employees to use if a shooting occurs.
The LBSU president opened up with Beachside diners on food, housing and criticism.
President Jane Close Conoley said in an interview with the Daily 49er Wednesday, the spring 2019 commencement ceremony would be moved yet again.
Each semester, The Daily 49er tries to fit into President Jane Close Conoley’s busy schedule to catch up with her
A new report found that Long Beach State University has a $1.53 billion impact on local economies. Beacon Economics, an independent research and consulting firm, conducted the study as a way to measure the economic and fiscal impacts of LBSU on the greater Long Beach community. “California State University, Long[Read More…]
The City Council discussed a new initiative to tackle homelessness and housing in Long Beach. During the motion, Kelly Colopy, the Long Beach Director of Health and Human Services, presented the Everyone Home Long Beach Task Force. According to the staff report, EHLB was designed to build on the city’s[Read More…]
President Jane Close Conoley sent out an email to the campus announcing the official “retirement” of the 51-year-old Prospector Pete mascot Thursday afternoon. “Inclusive excellence is a core value of the Long Beach State University community,” Conoley said in a statement. “Our work in this arena is never done. We[Read More…]