Staying present and in the moment in class and the golf course helped this men’s golf player succeed at LBSU.
Tag: Cal Sate Long Beach
Pow Wow returns to CSULB in a colorful gleam for 50th anniversary
The 50th annual Pow Wow made a return following a three-year hiatus highlighting Native American culture through a variety of tribes at CSU Puvungna.
The man behind ‘the sign’: Beyond the free hugs and high fives
It took student Joshua Brennecke a card stock paper and a marker to make a difference in students’ lives, but like every hero, a history lies beneath his sign.
Paying the price of reselling
Buying second-hand is becoming harder due to the growth of resellers.
Sleepless in Seattle
Booking a last-minute flight to Washington allowed me to live in the moment during winter break.
The switch from Beachboard to Canvas is a downgrade
Over the last year, CSULB has been slowly migrating its class portal software from Beachboard to Canvas. Here is a systematic look at some features lost by making the switch.
The Nugget Grill and Pub opens for the first time since before pandemic
After being shut down for the past two and a half years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Nugget Grill and Pub launched its first soft opening this week.
CSULB denies allegations of plans to build parking lot on Puvungna
While members of the Indigenous community in Long Beach have taken to social media to protest the proposed construction plans of a parking lot on the 22-acre sacred site, university officials continue to refute the claims.
Student Survival Guide
Check out our CSULB SOAR Student Survival Guide that includes tips, tricks, and secrets you need to know. This project was a collaboration between the Daily Forty-Niner, DIG MAG, and DÍG en Español.
Weed can do it; A case for medical marijuana
Medicinal marijuana saved my life. I know it sounds like a hyperbole, but for millions of people like me it has helped us live day to day. I believe it’s time, 22 years after the legalization of medical marijuana, for the Cal State University system to accommodate those who rely[Read More…]