Plastic waste is a significant issue in environmental sustainability that affects CSULB and the world at large.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
CSULB works toward carbon neutrality
California State University Long Beach and other California State Universities have been pushing policies of carbon neutrality to combat climate change.
Meet the new ASI President Mitali Jain
New ASI President Mitali Jain hopes to increase awareness of the resources offered to students as she starts her term on June 1.
IPCDC in Community Project Funding Request for $3.5 million
By: Elisa Arquieta Congressman Robert Garcia announced that the Associated Students, Inc. Isabel Patterson Child Development Center at California State University Long Beach may be awarded $3.5 million through Community Project Funding if approved by Congress. According to the Community Project Funding (CPF) proposal for the fiscal year 2024, the[Read More…]
Graduates ready their tassels for Cultural graduation ceremonies
With the lack of a traditional ceremony at Angel Stadium, student graduates are given the opportunity to have a traditionally styled commencement at the Cultural Graduation Ceremonies.
Future U Project to address USU structural repairs
The repairs needed in the USU will be addressed through the Future U project.
Long-distance students are paying more to attend school
The farther away a student lives, the more complex their commute to campus becomes both logistically and financially if they ride public transportation.
CSULB employees put pressure on university admin to secure childcare benefits
Faculty and staff parents urge CSULB officials to take accountability for securing childcare for all employees and students through a passed resolution.
Fine Arts buildings improvements won’t start until the fall
Some students expect to return to upgraded buildings next fall, but construction won’t begin until October at the earliest.
Outdoor construction offers different ways to learn
The outdoor classrooms will span across campus and stay available to any professor and student willing to use them.