When the time stroke 6 p.m., students rushed though The Walter Pyramid doors to get a good spot to see chart topping artist T-Pain. The event served as a way to end the semester prior to finals.
Lifestyle events that occur on or off campus should be categorized under “events.” Events differ from performances in that performances stage or present a play, concert or other forms of entertainment while events do not. Examples of events include the Long Beach Zombie Walk, Week of Welcome and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbour.
Five local events making waves this summer
Learn about five college-student friendly events to attend this summer from music to food festivals.
CSULB professor discusses Chuck Berry and Sonny Rollins at L.A. Times Festival of Books
The process of writing the biographies of two great American musicians was discussed at a panel lead by CSULB Professor Oliver Wang.
ASI hosts grand opening for Grow Beach Garden on campus
Grow Beach Garden will provide students with fresh fruits and vegetables for years to come.
Drumline competition keeps campus lively during spring break
This weekend, CSULB hosted the WGI Long Beach Regional, a competitive drumline event featuring some of the highest-ranking groups in the country.
Chris Jones hypnotizes CSULB students in captivating illusion show
Hypnotist and illusionist Chris Jones performed an illusion show in front of an audience of Long Beach State students.
What Does the FDIC Do?
Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse has put a spotlight on the FDIC as they take over.
Jennette McCurdy shares personal mental health journey with CSULB students
Author, director and former actress Jennette McCurdy sat down in an open discussion at Long Beach State to talk about her novel “I’m Glad My Mom Died” which touches topics like abuse, eating disorders and addictions.
Students smile with joy at Festival of Colors
Holi is a popular and significant Hindu festival celebrated as the Festival of Colors, signifying love and spring.
Campus flea market offers items and merchandise outside Bookstore
Anime? Hello Kitty? Jewelry? The campus flea market has it all.