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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.

CSULB Theatre Arts Department Presents The Duchess of Malfi

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California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Theatre Arts Department presents The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster playing December 2 to December 11 in the Studio Theatre on the campus of CSULB. The Duchess of Malfi, a macabre Jacobean play first performed in 1613, is directed by internationally-renowned Shakespeare teacher and director Rob Clare.

Ann Marie Gabel to Take Over as Acting Superintendent-President at LBCC

Ann Marie Gabel will take over as acting Superintendent-President at Long Beach City College.

Ann Marie Gabel will take over as acting Superintendent-President at Long Beach City College. Ann-Marie Gabel, Long Beach City College’s Vice President of Administrative Services, will become acting Superintendent-President while a search for a permanent successor to Eloy Ortiz Oakley is underway, the Board of Trustees has decided.

LBCC Dean of Career Technical Education Receives Leadership Advocate Award

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Mollie Smith, Long Beach City College Dean of Career Technical Education (CTE), was recently presented the Leadership Advocate Award from the California Community College Association of Occupational Education (CCCAOE).

World Premiere of Elements Features Acrobatics and Dance Within a Powerful Story

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California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Theatre Arts Department presents the world premiere of Elements, written and directed by Ezra LeBank and Rebecca Nakano. This original show, playing November 12 to November 19 at the University Theatre, brings Earth, Water, Fire, and Air to life through ensemble movement.

Amy Smith Named Director of Career Pathways Support Services at LBCC

Amy Smith new Director of Career Pathways Support Services at Long Beach City College.

Amy Smith new Director of Career Pathways Support Services at Long Beach City College. Long Beach City College has named Amy Smith as Director of Career Pathways Support Services, a newly-created department designed to help students transition between educational institutions and career opportunities.

Eco-minded Students Expand Reach During California Coastal Cleanup Day

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On Saturday, September 17, 2016, St. Anthony High School (SAHS) students took part in the California Coastal Cleanup Day, extending the school’s environmental focus into the community. The group of 18 students was comprised of members of SAHS’s AP Environmental Science Class, Environmental Awareness Club and Key Club.

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