Long Beach State’s University Police Department is responsible for patrolling the campus and it covers areas within a one-mile radius from the school. We take a ride along to see just what goes on in a day in the life of a UPD officer.
ASI senate discusses future wheeled pathways for rider and pedestrian safety at Wednesday’s meeting.
S3E7 | NEWS: CSULB’s Credible Threat
This week hosts Hannah Getahun and Perry Continente cover the Daily Forty-Niner’s reporting on the credible threat issued last week on Long Beach State’s campus. They touch on the shelter-in-place warning and concerns about campus security.
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(Update: Feb. 19 6:05 p.m.): According to Lt. Richard Goodwin, a false fire alarm activation was the reason for the Saturday library evacuation. He said he does not have a cause for the activation. Less than 24 hours after Cal State Long Beach University Police sent out a campus-wide email[Read More…]
As the first half of a busy semester comes to an end, students will be able to find resources and relief at Cal State Long Beach’s annual health and safety week. The events are hosted by Living Well at the Beach, a group focused on physical and mental health on[Read More…]
Today cell phones are highly sophisticated gadgets that have the ability to surf the Internet, call friends, play music and even take out 737 airplanes. With smartphones and technology evolving, so should airline security. Researcher Chris Roberts was not allowed to board a United Airlines flight from Colorado to San[Read More…]
The eradication of a bee colony in the Engineering and Computer Science building is part of an ongoing battle to remove increasingly aggressive swarms from the campus. Grounds and Landscape Services used pesticides last month to eliminate a beehive, located on the fifth floor of the stairwell, yet a few[Read More…]
A new study found that car crash fatalities spike by nearly 10 percent nationally during spring break. The study, published in Economic Inquiry in March, analyzed 14 spring break hotspots across seven states, including California and Arizona, according to researcher Michael T. French, a health economist and professor at University[Read More…]
A German artist named Elonë Kastratia slapped period pads on traffic signs throughout Karlsruhe, Germany. “Imagine if men were as disgusted with rape as they are with periods,” she wrote across some of the sanitary napkins. Kastratia first saw the message tweeted by user cutequeer96 in September 2014, MTV reported,[Read More…]