The back of the university library houses three mechanical cranes that sort, organize and retrieve library materials stacked up to four stories high.
Author: Anna Karkalik
Kwanzaa is a celebration of self-reflection and remembrance of African-American culture.
Although sometimes not recognized, the custodial department makes great efforts to keep the campus clean for student productivity.
Students voiced concern over the process of registering for classes, so the administration is considering creating a feedback survey.
Students gained legal advice about entrepreneurship while trying to obtain U.S. citizenship.
Hailey Harward’s milestone of 1,500 digs has catapulted her rising status in CSULB women’s volleyball history.
During the CSULB women’s and men’s basketball homecoming games alumni voiced for the preservation of the university mascot.
The Video Game Development Association has made changes to be more efficient when producing their games and continues to provide learning opportunities for outside participants.
The only spooky thing about Halloween is the continuing sexualization of costumes.
Students have voiced concern over the lack of Chicano and Latino studies professors for the volume of students enrolled in classes in the department.