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CSULB’s California Repertory Company Presents World Premiere of Mutual Consent

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CSULB’s California Repertory Company proudly presents the World Premiere of Mutual Consent, written by Nancy Bell and Peter Grandbois and directed by Anne Justine D’Zmura. Opening on Valentine’s Day weekend and running through February 21st, Mutual Consent explores what it means to be in a true romantic relationship in today’s society.

Seven CSULB Students Honored at National Research Conference

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Seven California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) students were recognized in Seattle, Wash., this past week for their juried research presentations, which were part of the 15th Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Scientists (ABRCMS), sponsored by the National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).

Vigil Will Remember CSULB Student Who Died in Paris Attacks

Strate College of Design, where  CSULB student Nohemi Gonzalez was studying. posted a photo of the 23-year-old on their Facebook page. (http://facebook.com/strateecolededesign)

Strate College of Design, where CSULB student Nohemi Gonzalez was studying. posted a photo of the 23-year-old on their Facebook page. (http://facebook.com/strateecolededesign) California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) student Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, was killed during the attacks in and around Paris on November 13.

“Sky Blue Sea” Documentary Covers Long Beach’s Naval and Aviation History

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“Sky Blue Sea,” a one-hour documentary on Long Beach’s naval and aviation history, will have its premiere screening on Friday, Nov. 13, at California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) Beach Auditorium located in the University Student Union.

CSULB To Go Tobacco Free in 2016

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Jane Close Conoley, President of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), in collaboration with campus constituencies, launched a campus-wide smoking cessation promotion called the Breathe Campaign and website, a positive education effort to promote public awareness of the health risks of tobacco use and exposure to smoke, including vapor.

Ensemble Performance of EPIC: #ethnocentricCRAP Will Shed Light on Current Issues

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Analyzing how discrimination plays a role in students’ lives and in the Long Beach community, the ensemble of EPIC: #enthnocentricCRAP, takes the stage in a brand new work.  Playing November 20 – December 6, director Anna Steers expects the show to engage, excite, and provoke audiences.

Dancer Bill T. Jones Returns to Carpenter Center in SoCal Premiere of “Story/Time”

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Multi-Tony award-winning director, dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones will perform the Southern California premiere of “Story/Time” at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center, part of California State University, Long Beach.

CSULB Biologist Involved in Renewed Debate on Zebra Stripes

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Researchers have recently found that the evolution of a zebra’s stripes is much more complicated than originally thought. In an article in the Sept. 30 online journal Royal Society Open Science, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Biological Sciences Assistant Professor Theodore Stankowich and University of California, Davis (UC Davis) Wildlife Biology Professor Tim Caro provide mixed comments on another zebra study conducted by professors at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Tübingen, Germany.

Cal State Long Beach Latino Center to Celebrate 10-year Anniversary

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California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation and Leadership Training (The CSULB Latino Center) will celebrate its 10-year anniversary.

CSULB Strips Down Macbeth to Reveal Raw Emotion

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CSULB Theatre Arts Department’s University Players presents: Shakespeare in the Raw: Macbeth, directed by Elizabeth Swain. Playing Tuesday, October 13th through October 25th, Shakespeare in the Raw: Macbeth portrays the Bard’s hauntingly infamous play in a bare-bones theatrical experience.

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