We've got you covered. At least that's the hope of Janet Foster and Steve La when it comes to wireless access on the CSULB campus.
The Film and Electronic Arts Department at CSULB has received a $35,000 grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to support student film making.
When William C. Ritz, professor emeritus in CSULB's Department of Science Education, received an e-mail from China in August 2007, he was initially reluctant to open it, thinking it might be just another foreign spam message. But it proved to be a fortuitous correspondence.
In celebration of Constitution Day, Craig Smith, CSU faculty trustee and director of CSULB's Center for First Amendment Studies, will discuss the foundations of the First Amendment from the ratification of the Constitution to the ratification of the Bill of Rights.
When the topic is disasters, that's the take from University Police Sgt. Scott Brown, who also serves as the CSULB's emergency services coordinator and who is using September's National Preparedness Month to remind individuals to get prepared.
The open enrollment period for health and dental insurance, flexcash, health and dependent care reimbursement account changes will be Sept. 15-Oct. 17.
Classes are back in session at University by the Sea. After last fall's A+ report card, the arts, culture and education festival that filled Downtown Long Beach with kinetic energy for a day will make its second appearance on Sunday, Oct. 5.