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Students From Long Beach Poly Students Win Prizes in C-SPAN’s National 2017 StudentCam Competition

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C-SPAN has announced that students at Long Beach Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California are winners in C-SPAN’s national 2017 StudentCam competition. Lucy Nottonson and Heather Davis have won third prize and will receive $750 for their documentary, “The Importance of Wetlands.” The following students have won honorable mention prizes and will receive $250 for their documentaries: Eric Hatch and Theo Lee for “Affordable Housing: The Solution to the Homelessness Crisis.” Peter Donovan, Zane Witter and Olivia Campos for “Atmosphere of Denial,” about climate change.

St. Anthony Students Join Nation’s Largest Gathering of Roman Catholic Youth in Anaheim

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St. Anthony High School (SAHS) students attended the 2017 Youth Day as part of the Religious Education Congress in Anaheim on Thursday, February 23rd.  Each year students from the high school participate in the nation’s largest gathering of Roman Catholic youth. 

Five Finalists Announced For LBCC Superintendent-President

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The Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Search Committee has forwarded five candidates for consideration by the Long Beach Community College Board of Trustees, Board President Dr. Virginia Baxter announced Thursday.

CSULB Leaders to Speak at Two Local Churches for CSU’s Super Sunday

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California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) President Jane Close Conoley and Vice President for Student Affairs Carmen Taylor will participate in the 12th Annual CSU Super Sunday <http://www.calstate.edu/supersunday/> on Feb.

CSULB Showcases Art From Lifelong Learning Students in 12th Annual Show

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The 12th Annual Art Show will be held in the CSULB Duncan Anderson Art Gallery in the Design building at the corner of State University Drive and Deukmejian Way. The art works displayed are of Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Drawing, Photography and Crafts – all representative of our OLLI students and the classes offered for learning these talents.

Acting Superintendent-President Gabel Delivers Annual “State of the College” at LBCC

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Major gifts, new construction projects, and a record number of transfer degree awards were among the highlights of Long Beach City College’s annual “State of the College” address Friday, Feb. 3. Nearly 400 community members, elected officials, and faculty and staff attended the event, featuring a keynote address by Acting Superintendent President Ann-Marie Gabel.

Hughes Middle School Environmental Sciences Class and Realtor Andrea Testa Host Free Shred & E-Waste Event

Taken at Hughes Middle School during last year's event, 1-23-16. Photo taken by Andrea Testa.  

  Taken at Hughes Middle School during last year’s event, 1-23-16. Photo taken by Andrea Testa. Hughes Middle School Environmental Sciences Class and Andrea Testa, neighborhood Keller Williams Realtor, will host a FREE Community Event on Saturday, January 28th from 9am to 1pm at Hughes Middle School, 3846 California Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807.

CSULB College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Receives $2.3 million Gift

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California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics received a $2.3 million gift from an anonymous donor that will create an endowed dean position in the college as well as a graduate fellowship.

Elements, CSULB’s Acrobatic Physical Theatre Performance, Ends Nov 19

Elements, written and directed by Ezra LeBank and Rebecca Nakano. Production Photos by Keith Ian Polakoff

Elements, written and directed by Ezra LeBank and Rebecca Nakano. Production Photos by Keith Ian Polakoff California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Theatre Arts Department presents the world premiere of Elements, written and directed by Ezra LeBank and Rebecca Nakano.

CSULB Receives $5.8 Million Grant to Support Underrepresented Minority Students Pursuing STEM Degrees

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Despite recent significant increases, the number of underrepresented minority (URM) students earning degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) continues to lag. To address this issue, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) has received its second five-year $5.8 million grant.

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