Artists pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in painting, illustration, ceramics, printmaking and more hosted “Open Studios” for local fine arts fans and potential graduate students.
After 45 years in the flower business, this family run flower market continues to blossom for the Long Beach community.
Workers for the Aquarium find fulfillment by educating others, taking care of animals and helping to preserve our ecosystem.
A new digital system to distribute textbooks will start next year due to a plummet in physical textbook sales.
After recently securing a spot in the BMAC Hall of Fame, Deaka McClain’s journey through higher education and disability advocacy has placed her in a unique position of influence.
The California Gold Rush is often remembered as a period filled with hope, as people from across the U.S. pursued the dream of discovering gold. For Indigenous communities, it is a somber chapter marked by the deaths of Native lives.
Over the summer, Long Beach State added four new drop-off zones on campus and a 15-minute cell phone waiting area to alleviate congestion around campus.
A campus golf-cart crashed into cars belonging to students, making it the second cart incident to happen Tuesday morning.
Palestinian supporters marched through Long Beach State’s central quad during Wednesday’s protest.
CSULB graduate student sea Krob defies the conventions of art and photography through social advocacy.