Following the shelter-in-place incident, Long Beach State students weigh in on their anxieties about the incident.
Author: Gabriel Islas
Students often struggle with their academic success but life is more than a GPA. Some people are more gifted than others, and that’s okay. You’ll probably are a better person than a student.
The Bob Cole Conservatory’s New Music Ensemble will be performing its first concert of the semester on Oct. 1 at the Daniel Recital Hall at 8 p.m. The concert will feature a combination of classical and electronic elements making for “planned improvisation” sound.
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The mobile application Wildfire is helping CSULB students make new friends despite it being an app to alert students about criminal activities and suspicious people around campus.
Students got the chance to play basketball and badminton in wheelchairs at the SRWC, Wednesday.
The fundraiser included local vendors, silent and live auctions, as well as multiple guest speakers including current players and coaches, Sept 14 at the Walter Pyramid.
Long Beach State celebrated Beach Day at Rosie’s Point to kick off the beginning of fall semester. The event, in collaboration with CSULB’s Shark Lab, let the Long Beach community play volleyball with learn about sharks Aug. 30.