Around 250,000 gallons of sewage was spilled from Downey, affecting Long Beach’s waters.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
Beach Pride Events’ “Spring Fling” is in the works
While there are no updates on who will be performing, students can look forward to learning more details about ASI’s “Big Event” soon.
ASI approves budget for 2023-24 fiscal year
ASI approved a budget that will provide students with a collection of basic resources and future events.
Free QPR training could save a life
Project OCEAN looks to combat suicide with QPR training sessions.
Let ’23 Walk holds picnic protest on quad
Let ’23 Walk continues fighting not just for their own commencement ceremony but for future CSULB graduating classes with a protest on campus.
Long Beach opens open-sanitation and water filling site for those experiencing homelessness
In response to high numbers of individuals taking shelter in RVs, Long Beach has opened its new Recreational Vehicle and Water Filling Site. The site aims to provide those in need with fresh water and a site to safely dispose of waste.
Misdemeanors charged against CSULB student for illicit bathroom videos
More details were released by the Long Beach City prosecutor on the CSULB student who was arrested for violating students’ privacy.
New COVID variant presents symptoms similar to spring allergies
New COVID-19 variant appears in the U.S. while the pandemic seemingly comes to an end.
Beach Hillel stands strong in the face of hate
Jewish students celebrate Passover in the midst of antisemitism increase among college campuses.
Beach students practice mindfulness through group meditation
Musical Meditation Club uses yoga and mindfulness to create a path toward spiritual enlightenment and prolonged health.