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    CSULB Outreach for Black Teachers By Dianne Anderson As for academics, not long ago things were easy breezy for sophomore Wallace Burney, a computer science major at the HBCU Langston University in Oklahoma. That is, until he first noticed everything was shutting down at spring break, and all the fun was canceled. Staying put in ...
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    Abimbola Idowu Mitchell to Address Class of 2020 at Virtual Online Ceremony Long Beach City College announced that Abimbola Idowu Mitchell is LBCC’s 2020 Valedictorian. She will address the Class of 2020 at LBCC’s first virtual Commencement Ceremony at 5 p.m., on Fri., June 12 that will stream on the LBCC website. The Nigerian-born Mitchell moved to Texas at ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Long Beach kids are learning how to use their innate multitasking abilities to expand on something else they naturally have in play. One of the first things that Everett Glenn always tells students in his program is that making it to the top of their sports dreams might be a one in ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Pamela Foddrell is wrapping up a fast-paced year of getting everything from health care resources and case management services, to food and backpacks, out to the disabled community. Now comes the fun part. Around her annual Tree of Hope, Foddrell has gifts piled up for over 200 children and 38 disabled families ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Long before AB 19 became state law allowing all full time community college students a free year of tuition, Long Beach Community College leaders had already taken the lead on their own local program to clear the path to higher education. Lately, LBCC has upped the ante even more. Free tuition has ...