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.
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After school transferred to alternative instruction, the SRWC decided to host a variety of fitness classes over Zoom for those who missed working out.
Here are five films to occupy CSULB students’ imaginations in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
March 23 marks the beginning of “alternative instruction” at CSULB. The physical campus was mostly empty due to students and professors holding classes online.
The newly recognized dance team at CSULB, fosters a sense of community and culture for both Indian-Americans and international students.
The van lifestyle gives Armand a rent-free approach to college and allows him the scheduling freedom to enjoy outdoor activities such as mountain biking and surfing.
From International Women’s Day to a vegan food festival, the Daily Forty-Niner wrapped up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
Written by Dominique Morisseau, the play is based on the true story of six Black teengers charged with attempted murder for the beating of a white Jena High student.
The Global Studies Institute hosted their fourth annual event on global issues. Maz Jobrani spoke as this year’s lecturer, discussing his experience as an Iranian immigrant.
The exhibition, created by the Society of Student Illustrators and Animators, features a single character interpreted by every member of the organization. The club’s vice president Jose Amador showcased his artwork in collaboration with his club at the Dutzi Gallery.