Through 15 games, the Dirtbags were putting up numbers on par with previous teams to make deep playoff runs.
Author: Eric Watson-Bailey
Spring tuition pays for more than just our education, and that money is still working for us.
Junior tennis player Sadaf Sadeghvaziri, of Tehran, Iran, has been doing her best to remain calm during the pandemic, but a canceled season and travel bans haven’t made it easy.
As the school continues to deal with the ongoing threat of COVID-19, the 49er shops have decided to create provisional hours in the process, affecting more than a hundred student jobs.
Although younger generations will survive the virus, the people they pass it too might not. The elderly and immune-deficient are at serious risk.
The Associated Students Inc. Beach Pantry hosted a one-day pop-up market Tuesday to offer assistance to students after President Jane Close-Conoley sent out an email calling for the reduction of use to the University Student Union.
CSULB tennis loses two in a row and the first of a nine-game homestand.
This week, students talk about who they think is going to win the Democratic Primary on Super Tuesday.
A breakdown of California’s most popular candidates and their takes on immigration, climate change, healthcare and higher education policy.
After dropping their first match of the season, the Beach have now rattled off four straight wins and look to keep the momentum going.