The small opening near the “Go Beach” sign, also known as the gap, often has people waiting in line just to walk through it.
Hit-and-run reports have become common for the University Police Department during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Hit-and-runs, a suspicious person and a stolen vehicle highlight this week’s crime blotter.
Stairs make up a lot of the campus, which makes getting used to a new campus difficult for students that can’t use them. Facilities makes sure that there is a way, however.
The housing office and the hillside service center have been temporarily relocated as part of the new residence halls being built.
A recent study found that actively religious individuals tend to be happier than those who are not religious. The study conducted by Pew Research defined actively religious as those who identify with a religious group and attend services at least once a month. The study found that regular participation in[Read More…]
Is the school changing the name from CSULB to LBSU? If so, what are students’ opinions on this? Find out more in this video! No matter the outcome, we’re still be known as The Beach!
Hopes of a wet and cloudy December were crushed Tuesday as a dry wind whipped through campus, picking up dust and knocking down anything in its path.. At 2:26 a.m. Tuesday morning, a wind advisory notified residents in Los Angeles County of high Santa Ana winds that aren’t expected to[Read More…]
If new and returning Cal State Long Beach dormers had to learn to adjust to a new home this semester, they weren’t alone. Corry Colonna had a similar experience, moving to the West Coast and into a new apartment to gear up for his new position as Executive Director of[Read More…]
As a result of heightened tensions surrounding controversial speakers at campus rallies, Cal State Long Beach has implemented a new set of rules to inform students on how to practice their free speech rights within university grounds. Time, Place and Manner, a new set of guidelines tabbed on the university’s[Read More…]
CSULB drinking fountains turned off after water was found to be unsafe. It was confirmed Wednesday that the drinking fountains in the McIntosh Humanities building at Cal State Long Beach tested positive for lead.