Beach Forensics Springs into Action!

Beach Forensics kept its momentum going to ring in the new year. The team competed at several tournaments in the month of January, culminating in a successful start to the new semester! At the Winter Asynchronous tournament, Isabel Guzman finished in third place in Open Informative Speaking. Noah Christiansen was recognized as the tournament champion […]

94-Year-Old CSULB Student Is Enjoying Life On Campus

Pablo Cabrera | May 16, 2019 [Article from KPCC] Inside a classroom at Cal State Long Beach, there’s a student who doesn’t sound like any other. Harold Katz has his notebook and computer out, an iPhone in his pocket and an Apple Watch on his wrist. He’s a World War II veteran with two degrees, who’s lived […]

CLASS OF 2017 SPOTLIGHT: Kylie Shahar

By Daniela Alvarez Kylie Shahar embodies much of what the millennial generation represents—a desire to affect change and a passion for social justice and social movements. Shahar, a double major in political science and philosophy and president of the Political Science Student Association, spent two separate timeframes at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North […]


By Shayne Schroeder Jeff Ogle thinks it is important to question yourself every single day. However, he didn’t necessarily feel that way until his grandfather passed away in 2009. His death struck a very deep cord with Ogle. It got him thinking. “I wanted see how much I could really question myself and question things […]

CLASS OF 2017 SPOTLIGHT: Stephanie Mendez

By Richard Manly Stephanie Mendez’s road to graduation has been fraught with car crashes, wildfires, political debates, drought and terrorist shootings. While in school, these aren’t the kinds of stories the English student wrote about, but rather the kind she covered while working as a full-time national field producer for “ABC News.”Stephanie Mendez One such […]