The streets of Downtown Long Beach were turned into a motor speedway over the weekend for the 48th annual Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. At nearly 200 miles an hour, the forceful power of cars and trucks featured in the weekend races attracted over 100,000 fans to the “200-MPH[Read More…]
Letter from the Editor
As one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in California and the United States, the representation of this dynamic demographic is crucial to the community of Long Beach.
Scholar Strike: Students, faculty discuss takeaways, raise concerns over accessibility
As the two-day academic strike comes to a close, professors and students give their thoughts and feedback on how the event impacted them.
CSULB administration encourages participation in scholar strike
As the post-Labor Day scholar strike gains traction across the nation, CSULB shows its explicit support by presenting an event schedule and ways to participate in the teach-in on racial violence in America.
Team from CSULB contributes data analysis to Long Beach city council meeting
Along with three alumni, an assistant professor at CSULB contributed the data analysis for a report discussed at the Long Beach city council meeting on Aug. 11. The report focused on civil unrest in the community as well as declaring racism a public health crisis.
Conoley reveals plans to increase diversity at the Beach, recognizes past failings
The university president details her plans to promote racial equity at CSULB, including faculty training initiatives and a focus on admitting more Black students.
Introduction to queer studies at CSULB is ‘a place to think about the way you think’
The course teaches students to consider “how queer manifests itself outside the body.”
S3E5 | SPECIAL: Happy Birthday, CSULB!
It’s a party at Beach Weekly! Join hosts Hannah Getahun and Perry Continente as they celebrate 70 years of Long Beach State. Tune in to learn more about what you can expect out of the Daily Forty-Niner’s 70th Anniversary special issue and a deep-dive into Perry’s article about the university’s history with racism.