Participants running in the Long Beach marathon are met with cheer at CSULB
The locally grown produce and freshly baked goods may not be returning for a while, due to a change in vendors.
A community’s solidarity in three stories
University police found person of interest in the La Raza case, football team has been denied and new parking accommodations presented at the meeting.
October is sustainability month, which means several events will be taking place over the course of the month to teach students to be more environmentally conscious.
Across Southern California and the nation, colleges and universities no longer view the concept of the starving student as an inevitable joke, but a serious issue. To address what’s become known as “food insecurity,” campuses are opening up free pantries.
Reusable water bottles are sold on campus to help the environment.
ASI meeting covers DACA repeal and death threats made to La Raza
Former student body leaders from across generations met and shared stories of erratic times.
The Anna W. Ngai Alumni and Visitor Center hopes to begin construction in the fall of 2018.
CSULB offers financial support for DACA students.
ASI offers students a chance to see the summer’s hit movies for free.
As tensions rise surrounding Trump’s proclamation to end DACA, CSULB provides an inclusive area for students and faculty alike.
Future uncertain between the fast-food giant and ASI.
The student Senate also discussed new positions, chair reports.
Beach Pride throws its 17th annual ‘Smorgasport.’
More than 200 clubs will be present in central quad.
New trustee-at-large, vice chair and president designee were confirmed.