Despite STEM fields being traditionally male-dominated, the number of women pursuing these careers has grown.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
Despite the decline in car thefts on Long Beach State’s campus, graduate student and victim Alvin Huynh feels University Police aren’t doing enough to address the issue.
Former CSULB President F. King Alexander is considering going for the top positions in California’s university systems
After the UC president and CSU chancellor both announced they will be stepping down, the top two university positions in the state are coming available. Former CSULB president and current LSU President F. King Alexander is one of the potential candidates to head one of the systems.
Native American activists marched to The Miller House to protest the university’s recent involvement with Puvungna.
Though the Latino Student population has increased over the years, their graduation rates are decreasing.
Even though hospitalizations and near-death experiences are occurring due to vaping, stress takes over and students continue to vape.
Associated Students Inc. wrapped up the semester by electing new Senate representatives during the last meeting for the year.
Mary Zendejas received a standing ovation after being sworn in before Long Beach City Council Tuesday.
The dependency on technology is affecting health.
Students voiced concern over the process of registering for classes, so the administration is considering creating a feedback survey.