Fine Arts students advocated for healthier classroom conditions during celebration of Long Beach State’s 73rd anniversary.
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Although the university is working toward campus sustainability, Long Beach State infrastructure struggles to hold up against record-setting temperatures.
ASI and the 49er Shops will allocate resources and facilitate more student involvement.
CSULB and CSUF chapters of Turning Point USA protested in the Cultural Resource Center, but were detained by campus police.
Student debt relief acts may be increasing student interest in graduate studies.
As inflation increases and economists predict a recession, CSULB students are concerned the possible financial crisis will impact their post-graduation plans.
A new strategic mental health plan on campus aims to help students who struggle to come forward with their mental health issues.
The Fine Arts student walk out last week influenced CSULB president Jane Close Conoley to urge the CSU Board of Trustees to fund for the outdated CSU campus infrastructure.
As World Sexual Health Month begins, it is necessary to discuss the importance of accessibility to sexual healthcare services for students on campus.
An FBI hiring event on campus gave students the information they need to apply for a career with the bureau.