On Feb. 18, Long Beach Police engaged with a civilian, which protestors felt was an exercise of excessive force.
Author: Madalyn Amato
In the CSU system, 53,000 students experience homelessness of some kind. Student club The Butterfly Effect and CSULB’s Basic Needs Program are taking steps to help solve the epidemic.
The club works to bring awareness and advocacy to those who are struggling with housing insecurity and homelessness. The members of the club camped out in the central quad Wednesday to Thursday as a part of a sleep in.
Councilmember Al Austin II joined black student leaders for a panel on black voting.
High above campus, community members and students take a look into the universe with the physics and astronomy department.
After weeks of consideration, Beth Lesen, former dean of student affairs at Sacramento State, has been selected to succeed interim Mary Ann Takemoto.
The ASI senator once lived a life of crime and heavy drug use but is now using those experiences to advocate on others’ behalf.
Student Health Services and the University Police Department are preparing for possible crimes against campus abortion providers once on-campus abortions are implemented in 2023.
Student Health Center officials said there is no threat of the virus now, but it is taking actions to be prepared.
The first half of the university’s downtown construction program in downtown is set to begin in the fall of 2022.