Located on Fourth Street, local plant store Plantiitas provides Long Beach community members with workshops to prioritize holistic health while celebrating marginalized people within the safe space of their shop.
Author: Sam Farfan
Although the Revcoms claim their first amendment rights were limited over the content of their protest, University Police Department officials set a temporary ban on the organization due to violations of CSULB campus policy.
Hilltop Park is the destination for your next viewpoint location date, the vibrant sunset sky views at the top of the hill are worth the hype.
ASI’s Beach Pride Events held a Día de los Muertos event on Monday located at the USU Southwest Terrace to support the CSULB Latine community celebrate the festivity.
Revcom demonstrators garner the attention of students, faculty, and campus police during their event as they encourage students to organize for a revolution.
Carnival rides, funnel cakes, petting zoos, pumpkin patches and more are available at Pa’s Pumpkin Patch for groups of all ages.
How my culture’s ideology and my religious trauma shaped my younger, closeted self into becoming homophobic.
As World Sexual Health Month begins, it is necessary to discuss the importance of accessibility to sexual healthcare services for students on campus.
From the USU to the SRWC, here are five different locations to explore while you’re on campus at CSULB.