If you missed getting a whiff of Phil when he was finally coaxed open at the beginning of June, you can hurry over to CSULB’s math and science department today to smell Laura.
While campus officials had long planned to repurpose the old building, it’s a sad end for a structure that figured prominently in the campus’ early days. And preservationists are not happy.
The rare ‘corpse flower’ takes seven to 15 years to blossom and only stays open between 24 to 48 hours.
A public viewing will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. today.
The $102 million courtyard-style Parkside North Housing, planned for the intersection of Earl Warren Drive and Atherton Street, will break ground in July.
CSULB’s president Jane Close Conoley ratified the results of the student’s vote on Friday.
It was a coincidence, but well-timed: After a threat Wednesday that rattled CSULB, nurses trained students and others how to use survival kits to prevent deaths from critical injuries.
CSULB officials confirmed they found threatening graffiti on campus. Photos on social media showed a scrawled message about a shooting.
CSULB’s former vice president of student affairs, Carmen Taylor, made the revelation in a lawsuit she’s filed against the campus and the CSU Board of Trustees alleging they discriminated against her because she’s black and a woman.
The new Cal State Long Beach Downtown classes will include project management, cybersecurity, social work and other subjects that can benefit professional growth in the city’s westside and downtown business districts.