The “Meet the Artists” reception on Wednesday gave viewers the opportunity to meet the students who contributed to the international education exhibit.
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.
Light the Night with Hope, hosted by CAPS and Project OCEAN, was held on Nov. 20 at the Friendship Walk. It brought the CSULB community together for an evening of hope, inspiration and remembrance for those who have died by suicide.
Rainn Wilson and Shabnum Mogharabi draw crowds of students for ASI’s An Evening With event put on by Beach Pride Events.
Students gained legal advice about entrepreneurship while trying to obtain U.S. citizenship.
CSULB students received a number of awards this year, including first place for documentary and narrative.
Professor Ebony A. Utley invited experts to Long Beach State to weigh in on “Behind the Screens: A Symposium on Online Dating and Deception.” The discussion shared ways to avoid scams when using modern hookup techniques.
The event helped raise funds for the university and the Aquarium of the Pacific while speakers stressed the importance of protecting oceans.
Veterans, city officials and the public were all present for Long Beach’s Veteran’s Day Parade, which rallied through a large portion of Atlantic Avenue.
As National First-Generation College Student day approaches, different departments came together Nov. 7 to celebrate the school’s first-gen students.
The event, put on by the information technology department, allowed everyone to see what new and upcoming innovations the university has to offer.