Día de Los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead,” is a traditional Latin American two-day holiday that celebrates the lives of family, friends and loved ones who have passed.
At its peak, the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center could hold up to 200 children on a typical day.
Long Beach State’s student government, in collaboration with the Beach Pride Center, hosted a celebration on the first day Día de Los Muertos at the University Student Union.
During the California State University Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 10, CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro reported that nearly 70% of students are currently enrolled in fully or partially in-person courses throughout the 23-campus system.
Long Beach State Veterans Services held a Veterans Day celebration in front of the 49er Shops Bookstore on Wednesday, Nov. 10, honoring veterans and remembering the War in Afghanistan.
Associated Students Inc. hosted the Native American kickoff celebration held on campus at the USU Southwest Terrace, Wednesday, Nov. 3.
Miles Nevin walks his 6-year-old husky shepherd, Aiden, for an hour around El Dorado Park, along the San Gabriel River trail every morning. After that, he heads off to work at Long Beach State as the director of the university’s student government.
Under hues of purple, pink and blue lighting the Sunset Lounge, Long Beach State students nodded encouragingly and snapped supportively as poets took the mic for the last Poet’s Lounge of the semester.
Close to 50 student gathered on the University Student Union’s southwest terrace on Wednesday, Sept. 29, to participate in Paint and Sip.
Concerns over the rising cost of parking at Long Beach State were discussed during the latest student government meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 29.
A two-hour virtual party designed to get students to socialize was hosted by Long Beach State’s student government on Tuesday, Sept. 28.
Long Beach State’s student government voiced their concerns with how issues surrounding COVID-19 on campus have been affecting the community.
An increase in financial aid grants across various departments was announced by Long Beach State’s Associated Student Inc. during its latest meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Concerns regarding a lack of campus amenities, including limited dining options and slow internet connections, were addressed by Long Beach State’s student government during the latest meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Live music, free food and representatives from multiple organizations around campus, including ASI Beach Pride Events and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, hosted a celebration honoring Latinx Heritage Month on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
Three years ago, Jesus Gonzalez had his admissions offer rescinded by Long Beach State. After advocating on behalf of himself, with the help of the Educational Opportunity Program, he was soon readmitted.
Music filled the once idle student recreation center as people mingled over free food and carnival games, encapsulating a true summer feeling.
LBSU Beach Pride Events hosts Week of Welcome (WoW) for the first time after a year of online virtual events.
With the return of in-person classes this fall semester, students, both new and returning, roam the campus once more following an isolated period during the first year of the pandemic.
Hosting its first in-person event since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Long Beach State focused on positive strides in its repopulation efforts on Friday, August 20, during its annual assembly, highlighting campus and social change at CSULB.