Associated Students Inc. holds its annual “Back to the Beach Week” to welcome students back to campus in a big way Jan. 21 through Jan. 23.
Author: Madalyn Amato
After a questionable amount of mishaps and misfortunes, the assisted parking program, provided by Empire Parking Lot Services, has returned for spring semester.
As construction continues on Parkside North Housing Project, entrance to campus via Earl Warren Drive will be closed until summer 2020.
During his State of the City address, Garcia celebrated the city’s past and looks forward to its future.
Despite its controversial title, the Abortion is Genocide event, hosted by Students for Life, brought few attendees.
The CSU Board of Trustees heard what ideals people want the new chancellor to focus on at a meeting Tuesday.
Three people were murdered Oct. 29 in Long Beach in a senseless act of violence. It’s time we talked facts about guns.
Friends, family and community members gathered at the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center Monday to remember the lives of the Awaida family who was killed in a car crash Halloween night.
All CSU campuses will be required to provide free medical abortions to students on campus following Gov. Newsom’s signing of Senate Bill 24.
Kathryn J. Perkins, assistant professor and internship director of the political science department, shares her story of transitioning while teaching at CSULB.