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Citizens in Afghanistan and Pakistan are living under the Islamization of a new government led by the Taliban and a CSULB student recalled her own family’s struggles to flee the country.
In order for Long Beach State students to graduate, a $100 fee is required to successfully submit an application.
After two years of the pandemic, on-campus carnival experience “Smorgasport,” safely returns for students to engage in different activities.
The Long Beach chapter of CFA continues their plan for a labor union center at CSULB and denounce the racist remarks from LA CFL president Ron Herrera.
As the semester approaches the midway point, ASI is struggling with hiring more staff.
Although faced with some hurdles, police chief John Brockie is committed to being part of the educational process at Long Beach.
After an initial decline in price over the summer, gas prices have risen again seemingly overnight, financially impacting Long Beach students.
Student Health Services provides free breast exams to help keep all students safe.
Jasmine Harr, a student who recently converted to Islam, is one example of the growing number of students who are joining the Muslim Students Association across the nation.