Major changes are slated to come to Long Beach State. The 2035 Campus Master Plan and Associated Students Inc.’s Future U Plan aim to bring renovations and improvements across CSULB to update the campus to modern standards. Some of the changes include updates to the Parkside Dorms, the University Student Union, the Bookstore and more.
The Trash Talkers workshop hosted by Associated Students Inc.’s Sustain U program involved interactive games for students to become aware of their environmental impact and discover ways to combat it.
Negotiating for a salary can be intimidating and awkward, but it can also be a useful skill to learn before landing your future job.
Students learned how to make sweet and savory tamales during a hands-on cooking class with Chef Paul Blanco on Thursday.
As a part of the annual OUTober celebration, Associated Students Incorporated had planned on raising the LGBTQ+ Pride flag outside the University Student Union. While the flag was initially going to be raised on Oct. 2, the plans were scrapped on Sept. 18 with no publicly stated reason.
At what could not be a more unfortunate time, CSULB announced yet another increment for students to add to their budgets.
Contrary to popular belief, the LGBTQ+ community is not celebrated during
October because of the catchy title OUTober, but because it is LGBTQ+ history
Sustain U hosted the first edition of Pass the Plate on Sept. 28 as a part of Latinx Heritage Month at the Beach Kitchen. Pass the Plate is an on-campus class held to celebrate recipes of different cultures that students can enjoy.
Chef Paul Blanco led a class on Tuesday at Beach Kitchen where he demonstrated to students different techniques on how to make vegan meat tacos.
Long Beach State held its first Heartsaver CPR certification training class on Friday in the Student Recreation and Wellness Center
On Friday, members of CSULB administration and ASI officially opened the revamped arena in the University Student Union building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Sustain U: Eco Home, Happy Home event was hosted by ASI on Thursday, Sept. 21 at the University Student Union room 303 to promote efficient ways to save the planet for students.
Partnering with the Astronomy club, Associated Students Inc. hosted a night filled with crafts, snacks and stargazing.
The ASI senate’s meeting on Sept. 27 at 3:30 p.m. spoke about an ETA program that could be implemented in fall of 2024.
The mandatory Student Center fees are set to increase at the start of the 2025 academic year as a way of funding the renovation to the Student Union facilities.
Chef Eder Rivas, owner of Salvadoran food truck “What’s That You’re Cookin?” taught students how to properly knead dough and grill pupusas during a step-by-step class on Tuesday.
The California State University Board of Trustees voted on Wednesday to approve their proposed 6% tuition increase over the next five years.
Smorgasport, an on-campus carnival experience, made a triumphant return to CSULB on Friday, Sept. 8.
Long Beach State students are expected to experience a more traditional ceremony during the 2024 commencement ceremony. The CSULB commencement ceremony is returning to Angel Stadium, complete with walking the stage and name reading.
Week of Welcome has established itself as the primary introduction for student organizations to welcome new and returning students to their rosters.