SCOTUS has entered its first week of the new term on Monday, and Long Beach State political science professors preview this year’s docket.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
The Long Beach Housing Element, amongst the first of its kind approved by the state, aims to improve housing conditions in general.
The Forty-Niner Shops officials explain how The Nugget will change when it reopens in spring 2023.
The ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine has left Armenia and Azerbaijan tensions over the Nagorno-Karabakh region to boil over.
Student leaders challenged the university’s propaganda to support a diverse student body by voicing their concerns over the university’s treatment of the multicultural resource center.
Fine Arts students advocated for healthier classroom conditions during celebration of Long Beach State’s 73rd anniversary.
Although the university is working toward campus sustainability, Long Beach State infrastructure struggles to hold up against record-setting temperatures.
After finishing construction in the spring, Long Beach State administration, alumni and faculty gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday.
As Prop 27 campaigns on gambling outside tribal lands in California, professors from CSULB stand against the proposition.
The Outpost, a popular food place on campus, recently closed due to building facility issues.