Long Beach State students must complete their Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement Exam once again.
Any campus-related news. Events that happen on campus should fall in this category. News that pertain specifically to the school should go here.
Students raise concerns about COVID-19 policies as the school wraps up its fifth week of the fall semester.
Students are qualified to receive a multitude of medical services for free or a low cost.
During the hottest days of the week, an air conditioning outage strikes in Liberal Arts and Faculty Office buildings.
A new announcement that will impact the future of financial aid funds at Long Beach State was discussed during latest student government meeting.
Long Beach State’s student government acknowledged concerns over a lack of open amenities on campus.
Former Daily Forty-Niner Editor-in-Chief and current CSULB journalism professor Jay Seidel introduces the future of drone journalism.
Student government’s new president ready to make a difference within community: ‘I’m here for a reason’
A brief introduction to the new leader of ASI.
Long Beach State ranked No. 1 in Western United States for providing affordable degrees, jumping from No. 10 last year.
Free food, carnival games, and music were available for students to mingle as they learned more about the amenities offered at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center.