CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro resigns from his position after allegedly mishandling sexual harassment claims.
Author: Hannah Shields
CSULB students protested commencement plans on campus and encouraged passing colleagues to sign their petition.
As “mental health” TikTok videos go viral, relating to issues such as ADHD, depression and anxiety, there seems to be a trend almost advocating for mental disorders on social media.
Due to the spread of the Omicron variant, CSULB’s spring semester started off online and impacted dorm living and parking permit packages.
The Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden is now open to the public with a new reservation system set in place.
The CSULB women’s tennis team is comprised of all international students for the first time in years, many of whom have yet to experience a full season following the pandemic stay-at-home orders.
Fans of ancient Greek and Roman history are encouraged to check out the Getty’s True Crime in Ancient Times virtual event.
Get ready to don your lederhosen as Long Beach hosts its own Oktoberfest with traditional German food, authentic beer and live music.
Long Beach State alumnus Jacob Pacheco speaks about how his struggle with cerebral palsy and finding the right career path lead him to where he is today.
The new Texas abortion law blurs the line between church and state as it bans any abortion after a heartbeat is detected.