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California State University, Long Beach

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  • The Crowd: Supporting sea, fighting brain disease

    It is arguably the grandest party of the summer on the Orange Coast. Oceana's Sea Change event unfolded Aug. 18 at the spectacular Mediterranean estate of Karen and Bruce Cahill, attracting a chic crowd of some 500 residents dedicated to ocean...
  • Napolitano choice fuels criticism over UC system's selection process

    Napolitano choice fuels criticism over UC system's selection process
    The high-profile and surprising choice of former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to head the UC system has fueled criticism over the secret selection process, echoing debates around the country about how higher-education leaders are...
  • Cal State's budget proposal accommodates more students, classes

    Cal State's budget proposal accommodates more students, classes
    Nearly 20,000 more students and 1,000 more classes would be accommodated next year under a preliminary budget plan that will be presented to California State University trustees Tuesday. The plan seeks an additional $250 million from the state and, in a...
  • Bill allowing higher fees for high-demand college classes advances

    Bill allowing higher fees for high-demand college classes advances
    As Long Beach City College officials see it, a state plan allowing two-year schools to charge more for high-demand classes would help move students more quickly toward transfer and graduation. Students at the campus, however, argue that such a move...
  • Brown warns Cal State about adding many new students and classes

    Gov. Jerry Brown used a budget debate among California State University trustees Tuesday to press his case for more online education and suggested that the vast system may need to fix leaky roofs and make other urgent building repairs before increasing...
  • Humboldt State president announces retirement

    Humboldt State president announces retirement
    The president of Humboldt State University will retire at the end of the academic year, officials said Wednesday. Rollin Richmond has served as head of the Arcata campus for nearly 12 years. His retirement was announced at a meeting in Long Beach of the...
  • PASSINGS: Greg Willard, Ronnie Ray Smith, Chuck Fairbanks

    Greg Willard Longtime NBA referee worked more than 1,600 games Greg Willard, 54, a longtime NBA referee who worked more than 1,600 games before he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, died Monday at his home in Huntington Beach, according to NBA...
  • Trash talk and the real dirt on a 'toxic tour' of Los Angeles

    Trash talk and the real dirt on a 'toxic tour' of Los Angeles
    You won't find any homes of the stars on this tour bus as it shuttles rubber-necking sightseers through Los Angeles. You may not even see the Hollywood sign through the haze from the smokestacks, rail yards and refineries along this "toxic tour" through...
  • Fire department names division chief

    Fire department names division chief
    The Laguna Beach Fire Department promoted Api Weinert to a division chief, fire Capt. Dan Stefano wrote in an email. Weinert, 43, a Laguna Beach High School graduate, will be responsible for training and emergency medical services, Stefano said. His new...
  • Newport Harbor Big 3 on CIF Southern Section 100 list

    Newport Harbor Big 3 on CIF Southern Section 100 list
    The Bird. Turtle. The Backstroke King. They are known as three of Newport Harbor High's greatest athletes. Newport Harbor's "Big Three" can also be known as among the best in CIF Southern Section history. George Yardley (basketball), Misty May-Treanor...
  • Letter of intent day: Let the celebration begin

    Wednesday is the first day high school seniors can sign an early national letter of intent for all sports but football, soccer, track and field, cross country and men's water polo. Across Southern California, athletes are celebrating with classmates and...