CSULB’s new updated policy now requires students to get tested once a month.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
Marathon runners track through Shoreline Drive after 18 months of quarantine in return of marathon event
Students seeking alternative places to study outdoors can come together under the newly constructed pitched tent in the central quad.
A brief discussion about the health and safety precautions the university has implemented to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Students who have faced an unwanted sexual advance can receive support from CSULB equity and diversity advocates and counselors.
Panel features two CSULB professors as they discuss the importance of native areas and language
In times of desperation, the best thing for someone’s well-being can be getting some fresh air. Long Beach has plenty of parks to walk around and enjoy the outdoors.
Long Beach Council approves single application process to benefit tenants and landlords with rental assistance
The unanimous vote led to creating a streamlined application process for city tenants and landlords struggling from the economic strains due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mental health issues have become common towards college students, but CSULB has multiple resources available for students and faculty members to utilize.
Award-winning author Dorie Clark shares advise on how students can focus on progressing their futures