Cal State Long Beach Receives More Than $1.1 Million on “Giving Day”

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Cal State Long Beach's inaugural “Giving Day” last month resulted in the campus receiving gifts that totaled more than $1.1 million which school officials said will help fund basic needs, scholarships and study abroad programs.
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AOC7 to Host Sixth Annual Book Drive and Literacy Fair

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AOC7 will be celebrating their sixth annual Book Drive and Literacy Fair, called Reading in the LB Sea, in MacArthur Park on May 12 by distributing donated books to children.
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Cal State University System Will Not Raise Tuition in 2018

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The California State University system announced today that it will not raise tuition in 2018.
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Long Beach Public Library to Launch New Literacy Program Encouraging Children to Read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

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The Long Beach Public Library will celebrate the launch of its new literacy program, Dive into Reading, which aims to support early childhood education at the Michelle Obama Library on Wednesday, April 18.
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CSULB Selected by Princeton Review as One of 200 ‘Colleges That Pay You Back’

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Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) was selected for The Princeton Review’s 2018 edition of its annual guide, “Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck.”
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Long Beach Career-Linked Learning to Host Career and Internship Readiness Conference for High School Students

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Long Beach CaLL is a nonprofit organization that provides work-based learning opportunities for students from middle school to college.
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Long Beach City College Email, Enrollment Systems Down Due to Malware, School Officials Say

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Long Beach City College’s (LBCC) tech team is currently working to bring back up multiple technology systems that have been down for two days due to malware, school officials said.
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CSULB Police Department Held Active Shooter Training For Students and Faculty Members

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The California State University Police Department (UPD) organized an Active Shooter Training to inform students and faculty members about different types of survival tactics, including how to get out of a workspace during a shooting.
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First LBUSD Student Wins Countywide Scripps Regional Spelling Bee

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For the first time ever, a Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) student has won the Los Angeles County Scripps Regional Spelling Bee.
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Robert E. Leslie Scholarship Winners Take Home $1.5K From Grand Prix Foundation

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Long Beach Unified School District high school seniors are eligible to apply and are then evaluated by a panel of civic leaders based on their scholastic achievement, potential, extracurricular activities, community service and financial need.
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