Dianne Feinstein has died, but her focus was always on the work she could get accomplished.
Pat West, a person of high character, who was a pillar in the athletics program for nearly forty years, passes away.
The announcement of the closure of the Child and Family Center for renovation without plans for relocation has left dozens of Long Beach State faculty and staff parents scrambling to find childcare options by the summer.
CSULB Counselor Faculty member Kirstyn Chun responds to the upcoming closure of the Child and Family Center.
The check-in application for the SWRC facility continues crashing as faculty look to resolve the issue.
After spending a whole weekend in San Francisco, the Daily Forty-Niner staff’s luggage was a little heavier carrying home 22 awards from CCMA.
Valerie Osier found her love for journalism while at Riverside Community College and graduated from the CSULB journalism program in 2017. She started as a freelancer for the Long Beach Press-Telegram and shortly thereafter became a reporter for the Daily Breeze before joining the Long Beach Post. She loves telling people’s stories, getting out of her comfort zone and experimenting with different ways to tell those stories and engage the community.
For Spill the Tea: OUTober edition, students give their take on untrue perceptions of the LGBTQ+ community and how they fit outside these molds.