As the semester comes to an end, the campus is seeking more ways to accommodate students and their mental well being. Student Health Services offered students a chance to express themselves artistically.
The campus does not allow for the use of tobacco or vapes and it’s not fair to students who are addicted.
As pot smokers seek the ideal spot to sneak in a less-than-legal toke on campus, they cautiously rubberneck for signs of authority. While recreational marijuana legalization was likely the highlight of 2018 for California stoners, the herb is still not permitted on campus. The Student Health Resource Center plans to[Read More…]
Even though Cal State Long Beach forbids the use of tobacco and vaporizers on campus, students and faculty are still trying to find places to sate their craving. Isabella Lanza, assistant professor of human development, attempts to find why they do it. Lanza created the Risky Health Among Adolescents and[Read More…]
A decision made Oct. 20 by the district attorney not to charge a Long Beach councilmember for driving under the influence on June has raised questions and concern within the community, including a recall effort. Last week the Los Angeles District Attorney, Jackie Lacey, decided not to charge District 2[Read More…]
Underage drinking – University Police Department responded to a call for assistance at 10:30 p.m. on Oct. 20. A minor was found in possession of alcohol at Los Alamitos Hall. The minor was a guest inside a dorm room and was transported to the University Police station where she was[Read More…]
When women’s volleyball hosts UC Davis Oct. 27, students will be able to enjoy a beer or glass of wine while watching the game in the Walter Pyramid. It’s been 12 years since Cal State Long Beach has sold beer and wine inside the Walter Pyramid during athletic events. Executive[Read More…]
Offering colorful beads, painting and button making, the Art and Soul Fair is an event catered to students who want to de-stress from their classes. The Student Health Services hosted the event Wednesday on the Speaker’s Platform from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in an effort to promote student[Read More…]
A program through the Student Health Services center is attempting to deconstruct the stigma behind addiction amongst students. California State University, Long Beach’s Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs program will be screening “Anonymous People,” a 90-minute film that documents stories about U.S. students and other Americans from drug or alcohol[Read More…]
Despite being a dry campus, including a zero tolerance policy for alcohol in campus residency, a Parkside resident wound up in Long Beach Community Hospital early this semester for alcohol poisoning. According to the university housing rules and regulations, all residents are banned from possession and consumption of alcohol in[Read More…]