A KBeach producer won the Golden Mike for individual radio writing.
Cal State Long Beach and the surrounding communities have access to the campus' very popular radio station, KBeach at 88.1 FM.
The event, hosted by Associated Students Inc., ended Week of Welcome.
Here’s what you missed at this week’s Associated Students Inc. Senate meeting:
Students shared their memories of the attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
The student government addressed voter registration and disability awareness.
Journalism department invites specialists to discussion on protected speech in an election cycle
ASI’s Lobby Corps emphasizes the importance of student involvement in the political process.
ASI resolution to save Science Center and Mobile Science Museum passses second round at senate.
Panelists discuss the intersecting issues of art, race and censorship.
The Long Beach Post heralded as community influencers.
Since Lemos became the coordinator, KBeach has flourished. In the academic year 2014-15, it had seven students receive national internships and five receive national awards.
CSULB student government is looking to aid the university in achieving Initiative 2025.
Student government plans for grand re-opening of the Beach Pantry.
Members of KBEACH 88.1 FM travel to New York for the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Awards.
This year’s annual performance brought up student moods before finals week
“It’s the front line of waste resistance,” said Eric Bryan, a day manager at Associated Students Inc, a Long Beach recycling center run by Cal State Long Beach’s Associated Student body’s governing board.
A letter from President Conoley opposing divestment resolution puts a ‘chill’ on free speech, some say.
Although dark chocolate can be a delicious source of antioxidants, exercising with your partner or a friend will discharge feel-good endorphins that can lead a healthier relationship.
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