Despite some inappropriate behavior, CSULB’s ‘Evita’ is an impressive show with a timely theme

By Cory Bilicko Entertainment Writer Sometimes it’s difficult to not let one particular unseemly aspect of a show ruin the whole theatrical experience. Cal State Long Beach’s University Players’ production of Evita is indeed an ambitious, successful undertaking with some exceptionally talented vocalists and dancers dramatizing the story of Eva Perón, the First Lady of…

CSULB offering free tax-filing assistance

Accounting majors at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) are assisting students and members of the community with their 2009 tax returns free of charge through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. The program will run through April 9 at the university, but volunteers will not see clients when the campus closes for Spring…

Commentary

By Lauren Stone Every year, the second weekend in March [this year, Saturday and Sunday, March 13 and 14] means one thing to me– do not bother my parents because they are busy running the CSULB Pow Wow. For as long as I can remember it has been my duty as a daughter to, at minimum,…

Behind the TV screen at CSULB

A Human Interest Story (or The Gory Details and All), by Carlos Murillo, is an unflinching portrait of a nation obsessed with voyeurism. Directed by Edgar Landa, this intriguing play opens Friday, March 5 at the Players Theater on the Cal State University, Long Beach South Campus, and runs for 15 performances, closing on Saturday,…

Cal State Long Beach welcomes new UCES Dean

California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) welcomed its newest dean to the fold on Monday, Aug. 18, as Jeet Joshee began his tenure as dean for University College and Extension Services (UCES). Joshee comes to CSULB from Cal State San Bernardino (CSUSB), where for the last three years he served as dean of the College…