Long Beach State Homecoming brings students and alumni together under one roof for food, fanfare and engaging in entertainment.
CSULB’s most accomplished athletes from 1968-72 came together to celebrate their feats of the past, as well as look towards what they can do to create a better future for student athletes at the Beach.
2008 CSULB alumni Ryan ZumMallen’s new book, “Slow Car Fast” makes cars understandable for anyone.
This week’s student art galleries vary in style, but both convey very personal meanings.
Construction can now begin for the Anna W. Ngai Alumni and Visitor Center after the university reached its goal of 90 percent of the $12 million needed to continue forward with the project, according to Long Beach State President Jane Close Conoley. The venue will be named after Ngai, an[Read More…]
Long Beach State students, alumni and family were invited to attend the Beach Family Day this Saturday at Angel Stadium. Attendees were able to see the Los Angeles Angeles play against the Seattle Mariners and their tickets included limited edition Angels caps.
Laughter echoed in the theater as local Long Beach filmmakers debut their latest projects. The 5th Annual Long Beach Indie International Film Festival took place last week showcasing local filmmakers, including Long Beach State University students and alumni. The festival, which also highlights the work of international directors, was[Read More…]
Every year, after the confetti has been swept, the caps have been thrown and the bleachers are packed away, graduates are ready to take a leap into the job hunt. For some, attaining a job in their desired fields after college takes a lot of time. For others, it’s a[Read More…]
Cal State Long Beach Alumni had the opportunity to return to the Barrett Athletic Administration Center to share their stories during a nostalgic night. Beyond the Beach Career Planning gave both current Cal State Long Beach undergraduates and recent graduates the opportunity to hear from a panel of alumni about[Read More…]