Members of Students Against Tuition Hikes protested in the central quad Wednesday during Week of Welcome in opposition to the California State University Board of Trustees proposed 6% tuition hike.
Students at CSULB are rewriting the narrative about women in STEM – thanks to the many women who came before them.
Proposition 28 is one of three California propositions that passed in this year’s midterm elections.
The Long Beach Youth Festival provides children and young adults in the area with positive activities and entertainment.
Long Beach State’s program LEAP began fall 2020 and is working to increase Hispanic students in STEM-based careers through faculty mentorship, collaborative projects between departments and working with companies in the field.
An African American student reflects on how he’s found his place in a predominately white field.
Despite STEM fields being traditionally male-dominated, the number of women pursuing these careers has grown.
Pageant stereotypes are thrown out the window in the Miss Long Beach & Miss Southern California Cities pageant, which crowned five winners Nov. 24.
The event, put on by the information technology department, allowed everyone to see what new and upcoming innovations the university has to offer.
Long Beach State chemistry professor Tom Gufrey resigned just before the start of the 2019 fall semester after a viral video alerted administration of Gufrey’s “dangerous” experiments. Gufrey met with the Daily Forty-Niner staff to conduct a final chemistry demonstration before he parts ways with the university.