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Founded in 1949, CSULB came of age during a period of massive social, political, and cultural change.
Once again, I am reaching out in the wake of a senseless tragedy. This one, a massacre at a nightspot popular with students, has touched other campus communities in Southern California.
We cannot turn our backs to history or the evidence: the Zero Tolerance policy damages children, families and communities
As we approach the end of another academic year, I've been reflecting on some of our triumphs and challenges. Thoughts I'd like to share with you.
George Deukmejian
With yesterday's passing of former Governor George Deukmejian, the state of California, the city of Long Beach and our campus lost a leader, a great public servant and a friend. He died in his Long Beach home at the age of 89.
A Closer Look: Long Beach State is more than the beach.