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Vol 57 No. 8 : April 2005
Vol 57 No. 8 | Apr. 2005
Photo of a player

When Pete Manarino took over the CSULB softball team in 1984, he was inheriting a squad that had gone 8-35 the previous season. He promised to turn the program around, despite having only two scholarships...
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Rice's photoCharleen Rice, who became the first female locksmith in the CSU system when she joined Facilities Management in 1984, is in charge of rekeying and installing locks all over campus...
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President MaxsonCSULB President Robert C. Maxson was presented with a resolution last Monday on the floor of the California State Senate is Sacramento in recognition of his many achievements...
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Balloons at kaleidoscope 2005

Kaleidoscope LogoKaleidoscope, one of Southern California's most popular family-oriented festivals...
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myCSULB logoAs of April 1, Employee Self Service has been available to allow you access to online information about your health benefits, leave balances, paycheck history, and other employee information via the secured "myCSULB" portal.
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Students and SenatorSixteen. That's how many CSULB students attended the recent American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA) mid-year conference in Washington, D.C.
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Kim Oanh Nguyen-Lam, interim executive director of the Center for Language Minority Education and Research (CLMER) at CSULB, has been appointed to the newly established California P-16 Council...
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Japanese GardenAdults and children will have the opportunity to learn different ways to decorate shikishi, Japanese art boards, using calligraphy and other Japanese art forms...
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