CSULB’s women’s, gender and sexuality studies department fought an uphill battle to get to where they are today.
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The fox squirrel, native to the Eastern U.S. that most students interact with, took years to eventually migrate to CSULB. Now, they are abundant on campus and have become symbolic to students.
Long Beach State football was once a prominent piece in the sports community, but after sanctions and down years piled up the team was disbanded in 1991.
CSULB is a diverse school, but its past is characterized by racist policies, people and events. Its transformation into a progressive institution is a work in progress, but it has come a long way.
From the simple beginning of parking in a dirt lot to 14,090 paved spots, “Parking has always been a problem.”
In this week’s podcast, Assistant News Editor James Chow interviews Special Projects Editor Carlos Villicana about the eight-story special issue on Long Beach State’s colleges. Villicana gives a sneak peak of each story, while giving his take on the process of putting the paper together. 2:24 College of Business 3:30[Read More…]