Miles Nevin was once a kid who gazed at the top of the blue Walter Pyramid as he passed it by on the 405. Now he is the ASI executive director for Long Beach State University.
The CSU Board of Trustees met on Nov. 9 and 10 to discuss concerns throughout the campuses.
After a life of traveling around the world, Amy Gerety, the director of parking and transportation for Long Beach State, tells her story.
Drums, chanting and basket weaving are just the start of a month-long celebration of Native American heritage on campus.
Jacqueline Urtez, CSULB’s on-campus sexual assault advocate and former student, fights against domestic and sexual violence through advocacy and justice.
Students gathered at the southwest terrace of the Student Union at Long Beach State to celebrate the first day of Dias de Los Muertos.
Orange County community urges firing of CSULB professor after acts of sexual misconduct, harassment at former job
Orange County residents demand Former OCLF executive director, Julio Perez to be fired from Long Beach State after several sexual harassment workplace allegations at his former job.
President Jane Close Conoley gives an update about Puvungna.
As classes return to in-person instruction, the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center and resources for pregnant and parenting students suffer low engagement and limited capacity.
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.