While the CSULB community hunkers down at home in adherence to the “safer at home” initiative, here are eight free or low-cost options for students to stay entertained while practicing proper social distancing.
Author: Richard Grant
Members of the Long Beach community ‘continue the legacy’ at the 32nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
Community members protest US action against Iran Sunday after the assassination of Qassem Suleimani.
Nov. 14, members of the U.S. Supreme Court met to hear arguments about whether the President has the ability to end the DACA program.
The LA Metro Blue Line has reopened and been renamed to the A Line after a nine-month temporary closure for construction. To celebrate the reopening, LA Metro offered free rides to the public over the weekend.
Mass shootings aren’t going to stop but maybe we can try the easiest solution.
The Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures hosted their annual Day of the Dead celebration near the CSULB University Library, Wednesday.
The campus does not allow for the use of tobacco or vapes and it’s not fair to students who are addicted.
CSULB Parking and Transportation updates hours for the Beachside Shuttle after student-led petition.
Immigration legal services will begin being offered to students, staff, and faculty at CSULB. CARECEN will be offering the services which include general legal advice, DACA renewals, and petitions to change immigration service. The services will be offered at the Dream Success Center.