Long Beach State alumnus Jacob Pacheco speaks about how his struggle with cerebral palsy and finding the right career path lead him to where he is today.
CSULB’s new updated policy now requires students to get tested once a month.
Students seeking alternative places to study outdoors can come together under the newly constructed pitched tent in the central quad.
Students who have faced an unwanted sexual advance can receive support from CSULB equity and diversity advocates and counselors.
The CSULB Queers and Allies Club serves as a space for members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies to connect and confide in one another.
Mental health issues have become common towards college students, but CSULB has multiple resources available for students and faculty members to utilize.
Award-winning author Dorie Clark shares advise on how students can focus on progressing their futures
A compelling discussion unfolded revealing the student body’s concern with the increasing price of parking on campus during the latest ASI meeting.,
Meeting new people and befriending them can be awkward, so what happens when you’re thrown into a virtual room with 38 strangers forced to answer tough questions? You make friends.
Long Beach State reaches settlement agreement that stops them from desecrating sacred Native American land
Long Beach State agreed to protect Puvungna on September 13. After 23 months of an ongoing lawsuit started Sept. 20, 2019 after CSULB dumped trash-laden dirt on Puvungna.