The ASI senator once lived a life of crime and heavy drug use but is now using those experiences to advocate on others’ behalf.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
Threatening messages, a dog in a car and a washer theft are in this week’s blotter.
Student Health Services and the University Police Department are preparing for possible crimes against campus abortion providers once on-campus abortions are implemented in 2023.
The Counseling and Psychology Services director sits down to recap the program’s progress and plans for the future.
In collaboration with Build Your Dreams, a bus manufacturer, Long Beach city and CSULB are making leaps in eco-friendly transportation.
The parking department has been sharing parking tips on social media to help students navigate the first weeks of school.
Associated Student Inc. supports a resolution that advocates for the passing of Proposition 13, which is important because it would help fund infrastructure improvements on campus.
Before the election primaries on March 3, Long Beach State will be hosting a polling place that will have voting opportunities that extend earlier than Super Tuesday.
Student Health Center officials said there is no threat of the virus now, but it is taking actions to be prepared.
Amended ordinance will ban polystyrene and redefine the “plastic straw.”