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'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.
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