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Recycling Center
Looking to Update,
Recycle Itself

The Associated Students Recycling Center has been a part of the CSULB campus since 1971, so it was somewhat surprising that the possibility of its closure even existed. That doubt was laid to rest in August, however, when the center got the word it’s going to continue to remain open, with a commitment to upgrade the facility. More

 

Professor Receives $200,000
Grant to Study Obesity

Margaret Costa, a kinesiology professor at CSULB, has received a $200,000 grant from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) to support a consortium of four universities as they study the obesity issue in the United States and Brazil. More

 

Hernandez Chosen
Employee of the Month

Portrait of Veronica HernandezVeronica Hernandez, a financial operations analyst in CSULB’s Office of the Bursar, was recently named by her coworkers as Employee of the Month. More

Water Polo Coach Named
2007 MPSF Co-Coach of the Year

Water Polo CoachGavin Arroyo has been named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Men's Water Polo co-Coach of the Year. Arroyo, who is in his second year with the 49ers, shared the honor with UC Irvine's Marc Hunt. More

 

Blind Student Goes Outside the Box,
Learning to Speak, Read, Write Chinese

Image of Chinese CharactersPursuing a double major in Chinese studies and journalism would be challenge enough for most students, but CSULB student Anthony Vasquez does it without his sight. More

 

Italian Studies Credential a
First in Southern California

CSULB’s new single subject credential in Italian Studies is a first for Southern California and the culmination of a 28-year struggle for Clorinda Donato. More

 

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Save The Date

President’s Forum on International Human Rights to be Held Feb. 11-13 More