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California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • CSULB Shark Lab students and researchers present pop-up Shark Shacks, places for beachgoers to get the facts about white sharks and other marine life. Shark Shacks will be at beaches along the state’s coastline from San Diego to Santa Barbara. Read more here: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Shark-Shacks #GoBeach

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • #CSULB Engineering students spent the past school year working on a rocketry project inspired by NASA’s R&D practices. The team claimed Top Five finish in a national competition after launching their rocket more than 4,500 feet into the sky and deploying a working UAV from the rocket after its landing. The competition tested students’ abilities to plan a rocket launch, develop a vehicle that could explore a world beyond earth, and work together in a setting analogous to a government or private space concern.
    📸: NASA

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • A team of #CSULB engineering students constructed a car that is powered with an aluminum air battery made with steel mesh, aluminum foil and activated carbon and potassium hydroxide. The team won the Chem-E-Car Competition, sanctioned by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Read more about the team’s success here: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Chem-E-Car

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • The Beach is at the Capitol today representing a victorious history.

    Long Beach State Athletics is at the state Capitol to celebrate its national championship win and visit with the Chancellor's Office for Advocacy and State Relations. Showing off the back-to-back NCAA trophies are student-athletes Carlos Rivera and Alexander Anastassiades.

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • CSULB Alumni Whitney Miller, an Environmental Training and Development Specialist at the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, is committed to finding innovative solutions to environmental and social justice challenges. Read more about her story here: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Alumni-Miller #GoBeach

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • The public was able to view, take photos, and even smell the Amorphophallus titanium, or “corpse flower,” on #CSULB campus. CSULB Instructional Support Technician for the Biological Sciences Department, Brian Thorson, reiterates what it is like to work closely with and care for the flower. To find more information visit: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Biological-Sciences

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Phil, the “corpse flower,” has grown nearly six feet tall. The plant’s growth has slowed and will be on display for public viewing once it has bloomed, which #CSULB botanists believe will occur, shortly.

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Jonathan Martin, a #CSULB animation student, is featured in the documentary "Autism Goes to College." The film gives educators a chance to discuss their concerns, such as trying to find a balance between time spent helping special needs students and serving others in the classroom. Martin, along with other students from UCRiverside, California State University, Fullerton and Mt. San Jacinto College are featured in the film.
    Read more about the documentary here: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Autism-In-Higher-Education #GoBeach.

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • #CSULB Campus will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day.
    For more information on this campus closure, visit this site http://bit.ly/CSULB-Memorial-Day

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Commencement ceremonies were held at the University track and field this week to celebrate the class of 2019.

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Nine commencement ceremonies were held at the University track and field this week to celebrate the class of 2019. Graduates were showered with traditional commencement confetti before each ceremony. Guests were invited to attend the ceremonies to honor the graduates. To read more about the ceremonies visit here http://bit.ly/CSULB-Class-Of-2019 #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • A sign language interpreter translates President Jane Conoley's advice to the graduating class of 2019: “Be bold. You’ve earned that right.” #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • This is Kyden Tien-Pan. Some of his hobbies include singing, dancing and enjoying life as a 6-year-old. One day, Kyden hopes to become a police officer or go into the marine corps. But first, a stop at Brotman Hall to take a picture by the Lymon Lough Fountain is a must. The excited kindergartner is the cousin of Asian American Studies graduate, Tiffany Phan. Congratulations Tiffany, and The Beach hopes to see you in the future, Kyden. #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Naomi Rainey, social activist and alumna, recieved an honorary degree at the College of Liberal Arts' commencement. This morning, Rainey advised the 2019 graduates to "have the courage to stand alone against the fight of evil, bigotry and any kind of hate, and always help someone along the way." Read about Naomi Rainey's story here: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Naomi-Rainey-Pierson #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Long Beach Mayor, Robert Garcia, attended #CSULB's College of Liberal Arts' commencement ceremony to celebrate the graduation of his brother, Jacob O’Donnell. #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • #CSULB celebrated the diverse cultures of its students at the campus’ annual cultural celebrations this weekend. Students, along with friends and family, gathered together to honor their culture and prepare for their pending graduation. #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • A new chapter begins today for the class of 2019. We hope you’ve enjoyed your time at The Beach, and wish the graduating class the best of luck in the future. #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Commencement proceeds, rain or shine. Due to safety concerns and a desire to provide unobstructed views, umbrellas are are not permitted. For more information on dealing with inclement weather on the big day, visit http://bit.ly/CSULB-Commencement-FAQs #GoBeach19

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • 2019 Commencement Ceremonies begins next week! The ceremonies will kick off on Tuesday, May 21, at the University Track and Field. Read more about Commencement here: http://bit.ly/CSULB-Commencement-2019

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • The 31st Annual Campus Couture Fashion Show debuted top junior and senior fashion designers. Fashion Merchandising and Design students had a chance to showcase their work at the event on May 10.

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Preparations for the Olympic Games in Los Angeles were underway as the Class of 1984 received their diplomas. The '84 Games featured five Long Beach State athletes or coaches -- Ken Lindgren (water polo coach) and Anita Miller (field hockey coach), Joni Huntley (track athlete), Tim Shaw (water polo player) and Joan Lind (rowing athlete).

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Long Beach State Alumni were honored at the annual Alumni Awards on Thursday, May 9th, 2019.

California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach
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  • Zara Raheem, on track to earn her Masters of Fine Art in English this spring, can look forward to seeing her first novel in bookstores shortly after she completes her studies at Long Beach State.

    Harper Collins Publishers has set July 23 as the release date for Raheem’s debut novel, “The Marriage Clock,” described by the publisher as the story of a young Muslim-American woman with parents who throw down a three-month deadline for her to choose a husband before they make a choice for her.

    Raheem grew up in communities outside of Chicago and in Orange County. By writing “The Marriage Clock,” she tells the story of South Asian culture from the perspective of a woman who came of age from within her community.

    “I feel inspired to write this story because I feel like there are not enough of these stories out there,” she said. “I feel like I almost have a responsibility to tell these stories.”

    Raheem sent the manuscript to literary agents shortly before she joined Long Beach State as a graduate student. She also hopes to publish her master’s thesis, a collection of short stories presently entitled “The Intersection.”

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