For the second consecutive year, CSULB will hold the 2022 commencement graduation at Angel Stadium, here is what graduates should know.
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The presentation featured topics surrounding workers’ rights and how students can report misconduct and discrimination in their workplaces.
As the construction for the Anna W. Ngai Alumni Center is completed, information is released on how the center can be utilized by CSULB staff and students.
A new demonstration kitchen from the Associated Students, Inc. will offer free culinary programs was unveiled at the University Dining Plaza.
SHIP IT ZERO and CSULB environmental activists protest on Earth Day for Target to move towards zero emissions from overseas shipping.
Sustain U continues to promote Earth month with their annual Plant a Plant event at the USU Southwest terrace.
“Take a Sec with the Execs” at the USU was an event where students could ask ASI executives questions and bring up campus concerns.
Long Beach State’s new Chief of Police, John Brockie, thanks to those who supported him in his career as an officer as he is sworn into the new position, replacing Fernando Solorzano.
From incarceration to liberation: How Blake Krawl is making impactful changes to support formerly incarcerated students
Blake Krawl spent a number of years in and out of jail for heroin usage and stealing property. Now, he spends his time supporting formerly incarcerated students in completing higher education.
In addition to the Angel Stadium commencement, CSULB officials will be hosting cultural commencement ceremonies.