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
Looking at the cost of tuition can be scary, but often times we just attribute it to the fact that college is expensive without paying attention to what the money actually goes toward. We are pushed into a frenzy to register for classes in an impacted college system, then have[Read More…]
Bong Joo Hwang, director of Counseling and Psychological Services, at Long Beach State knows that students are in need of services. He also knows that not enough resources are provided for every single student, but is working on changing that. Hwang is teaming up with his staff to make improvements[Read More…]
Lauren-Michelle Hardge has lived the last several years of her young adulthood in what she calls “survival mode.” Hardge, 25, grew up in Inglewood and was put into the foster system at 6 years old. Her biological father was never around the house, and her mother struggled with substance[Read More…]
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Suicide is the second leading cause of death for people between the ages of 18 to 24, according to Cal State Long Beach’s Counseling and Psychological Services. That’s why dozens of booths filled the Speakers Platform Tuesday as the On-Campus Emergency Assistance Network hosted Live Your Life Day, an event which[Read More…]
As the midpoint of the semester crawls past, it’s not uncommon for students to feel drained and anxious. Luckily, Cal State Long Beach’s on-campus emergency assistance network will bring free massages, emotional support animals, hammocks and games for a pick-me-up. Project OCEAN will host the eighth annual Live Your Life Day[Read More…]
As the fall semester comes to a close, students have no choice but to face the inevitable and upcoming stress caused by finals. The On-Campus Emergency Assistance Network, also known as Project OCEAN, set up their first ever Self-CAREousel event to help students combat stress at Cal State Long Beach.[Read More…]