The CSU Board of Trustees voted to raise tuition in hopes of closing a $1.5 billion budget gap.
Author: Anthony Orrico
CSULB received a $11 million dollar grant from the non-profit Ballmer Group for the teaching credentials needed for Pre-K through third grade.
West Long Beach will be the first area in the city to have a team of mental health specialists responding to certain 911 calls.
Over the summer, CSULB’s campus had several construction projects completed, ranging from road repairs to building upgrades, with more projects in the works for the future.
Hurricane Hilary will bring heavy rain and high winds to Southern California Saturday through Monday night for the first time since 1939 when a tropical storm made landfall in Long Beach.
California State University faculty and CSU management bargaining agreement negotiations continue to stall as a possible strike looms over the upcoming school year.
The addition the Hidden Sunflower symbol the Elbee school mascot aims to bring more understanding and awareness of those dealing with hidden disabilities.
Only months after a CSULB student was charged with misdemeanor counts of invasion of privacy, another incident of suspicious behavior occurred on campus Tuesday afternoon.
New ASI President Mitali Jain hopes to increase awareness of the resources offered to students as she starts her term on June 1.
Anthony “Tony” Brennan spent more than 20 years as the teaching film and photography at Long Beach State as well as being the director of media development. In that time he made an indelible mark on the university.