VOL. 12, NO. 128

California State University, Long Beach

July 20, 2006




Editorial Staff

starr t. balmer
Editor in Chief

bradley zint

Managing Editor

krystle ralston
News Editor

cathie chen
Asst. News Editor

karla casillas
City Editor

will shaw
Asst. City Editor

brigid mcguire

Diversions Editor

matthew wilkinson
Asst. Diversions Editor

lauren williams
Opinion Editor

aneya fernando
Asst. Opinion Editor

patrick creaven

Sports Editor

mario burciaga
Asst. Sports Editor

stacy schwed
Photo Editor

Beverly Munson
General Manager

Jamie Eggleston
Production Manager




What’s Next • Journalism Chairman Dr. William Babcock (left) took Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander to the journalism department to survey the water damage in the basement. StacySchwed/ Summer Forty-Niner


  • F. King Alexander discusses plans for his reign
    New Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander has been listening and learning a lot in his first six months. In his next six months he is planning on doing more.
  • Forty-Niner staff introduces new Web site
    The Daily Forty-Niner unveiled last week its re-designed Web site, now located at www.Daily49er.com. The Forty-Niner’s older Web site, jokingly referred to by some of the staff as the “Best of 1998” due to its outdated look and inefficient design, will link to the new version but still be available for archival research.


  • Our view: Fatigue from struggle in Israel wrong
    As the perpetual struggle in Israel rages, many people, worn from the conflict and tired of the bloodied images strewn across their television sets and the front pages of prominent newspapers, are simply shrugging their shoulders with indifference.

  • Irish visitor enjoying time in Orange County
    Southern California — to a 22-year-old Irish college kid these are not merely two words but a term that describes not just a geographic area but an idea, a culture, a unique people and way of life. It conveys sunshine, sand and silicone, dogs on surfboards and bonfires on the beach at sunset.


  • Grabow honored by ESPN The Magazine
    For the second year in a row, a Long Beach State track and field member has been selected to the first team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 8.




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