Light the Night with Hope, hosted by CAPS and Project OCEAN, was held on Nov. 20 at the Friendship Walk. It brought the CSULB community together for an evening of hope, inspiration and remembrance for those who have died by suicide.
This semester, Counseling and Psychological Services counselors have seen more students than any semester before. CAPS is looking to increase staff for next semester.
The Genocide Awareness Project returns to campus after three years to put on a 360-degree display of aborted fetuses victims of violence.
ASI directors and senators brainstormed new ideas to expand mental health resources for students on campus.
Many health organizations on campus came together on Tuesday to support CSULB students and raise awareness for World Suicide Prevention Day.
Long Beach State Police Department conducted an active shooter drill in the University Student Union Friday, where officers used non-lethal training ammunition and pretend victims wore fake blood to simulate the scenario.
Project OCEAN offered resources for mental wellness
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