Self Support

By Brent Frederisy

August 7, 2014


Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

One of the toughest obstacles in Karen Robes Meeks’ journalistic career was not a difficult assignment, uncooperative sources, nor any conflicts of interest –it was her own family. Karen Robes Meeks, trade and transportation reporter for Long Beach Press-Telegram, caused a schism in her family by...

Learning the ropes

Learning the ropes

By Emma Nicoletta

August 6, 2014


Filed under News

Doing what you love will make you most successful in life, a local arts and entertainment reporter said regarding his career and passion for journalism to students at the newspapers2 camp on Aug. 4. Richard Guzmán, a reporter for the Long Beach Press-Telegram, visited Cal State Long Beach's camp...

Printed news is history

Printed news is history

By Joelle Nanela, Writer

August 8, 2012


Filed under News

Online journalism has changed the future of news, a Los Angeles-based media law attorney said Tuesday. Jean-Paul Jassy spoke to about 25 high school journalism students who participated in the workshop at Cal State Long Beach. He discussed the First Amendment and journalistic rights, focusing on their...

Kinesiology at CSULB

August 8, 2012


Filed under Multimedia, News, Video

Kinesiology is great for people who love athletics, especially kids! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00Guz7qxMf8&feature=youtu.be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhUeEi0ojB0&feature=g-upl

A question of safety

By Sydney Wilberton

August 2, 2012


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Typically, the most exciting thing that security officers do at Pierce College is escorting a student out of class if they have refused to leave or breaking up the occasional fight between students. Pierce College security officer Justin Ramos, 37, has been working at Pierce College for 11 and a half...

The Hot Sauce Truck

August 2, 2012


Filed under Features, News

It’s the middle of summer, the cafeteria at Pierce College is closed and there’s only one food truck to supply students with food. Rafael De La Fuente , 47, owner of The Hot Sauce Truck, has been on the campus for the past five months dishing out what he says is healthy food. From tacos to salads,...

Air conditioning malfunctions in Pierce Village during newspapers2 workshop

Air conditioning malfunctions in Pierce Village during newspapers2 workshop

August 2, 2012


Filed under News, Uncategorized

By Zoya Chhabra Air conditioning malfunctions in two bungalows in the Pierce Village Wednesday morning caused students and teachers attending a high school journalism workshop to burn in the scorching heat, witnesses said. Rooms 8409A and 8406 had faulty thermostats and were a stifling 79 degrees in...

Student Journalists meet in Pierce College for Conference

Student Journalists meet in Pierce College for Conference

July 24, 2012


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Student journalists and advisers are on the Pierce College campus for newspapers2 valley edition beginning July 30, to take workshops in writing and editing, media design, digital photography and web production hosted by the Pierce College Extension Program. Instructors in the program are Amara Aguilar,...

A Holocaust Workshop: Passing on the Torch of Memory

By Brianna Egan; Maddy Perrault; Lauren Lee

August 9, 2011


Filed under Events, Multimedia, News, Video

Reporters Brianna, Maddy and Lauren found a teachers' workshop on the Holocaust on campus this afternoon. They interviewed and compiled a news broadcast on the creator of the workshop, Gerda Krebs-Seifer, an 84-year-old survivor of the Holocaust, and Joseph Trovato, a Cold War veteran/retired teacher. Read...

The Rush for Textbooks

By Will Jones, Alexis Maldonado, Bernard Shiveley, Angel Balladares

August 9, 2011


Filed under Featured Multimedia, Multimedia, News, newspapers2 2011, Student Life, Video

As students at CSU Long Beach come back to school, they are faced with the task of buying textbooks, without stressing their finances.

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