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This week, the St. Mary’s High School “Saints” from Calgary, Alberta, Canada are coming to Long Beach to face off with St. Anthony High School’s “Saints” in the tenth rendition of their rivalry, competing in football, volleyball, and soccer.
The CSULB Theatre Arts Department University Players is proud to present The Colored Museum, written by George C. Wolfe, music by Kysia Bostic, and directed by Trevor Biship. Playing October 17th through November 1st, The Colored Museum, in a series of vignettes, explores stereotypes through African American stories and history.
Cal State Long Beach senior Andrew Carnes (at left) receives the Howard H. Baker Leadership Award from Mark E. Timmes, CEO of Pi Kappa Phi, at the fraternity’s Supreme Chapter conference in Atlanta. Andrew Carnes, a senior at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), has been honored by the Pi Kappa Phi Supreme Chapter as this year’s recipient of the Howard H.
Irma Archuleta (far left) is sworn in by Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley (center). Former Area 2 Trustee and current Long Beach Councilmember Roberto Uranga stands near (far right). Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees announced at Thursday night’s Board of Trustees special meeting that Irma Archuleta will fill the Area 2 vacancy with a unanimous vote of 4-0.
One of the simplest ways to ensure a child’s school success is by making a quick trip to the Long Beach Public Library to get a library card. September is National Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the library joins with the American Library Association and public libraries nationwide to make sure that every student has the most important school supply of all – a free library card.
For many high school seniors, the thought of college can be financially intimidating. That’s why the Port of Long Beach is committed to supporting students by providing scholarships to those pursuing careers in international trade, goods movement or other port-related industries.
(Left to right) LBCC Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. Long Beach City College (LBCC) Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley hosted State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson’s visit yesterday to LBCC as part of his statewide tour of Career Pathways Trust recipients.
(Left to right) Mr. Roberto Uranga, 7th District City Council member, City of Long Beach, Ms. Lisa Odle, President/CEO of Odle Management, which operates the Long Beach Job Corps Center, graduate Scott Buck, graduate Royal Holmes, graduate Mario Osorio, Mr.
The Helpful Honda Guys in Blue are bringing their Random Acts of Helpfulness to local schools. Making sure kids start the school year off with the necessary supplies is just another way the Guys in blue are helping out in the community.
Councilmember Al Austin and the Andy Street Community Association are joining together to help more than 1,000 kids get ready for the start of school. On Saturday, schoolchildren are scheduled to receive backpacks filled with school supplies, as well as free haircuts, health screenings and free food at the “Back to School Summer Blast.” During the event, there will also be an opportunity for community members to provide input on what they would like Phase II of Davenport Park to look like.