Led by student volunteers, Camp Kesem at Long Beach State aims to support the population of children who have been impacted by a parent’s cancer.
Owners Robert VanBeveran and Leonard Sinatra recently posted a GoFundMe for Executive Suite Nightclub in Long Beach, the club and bar a staple to the LGBTQ community. Despite the financial strain, VanBeveran and Sinatra aren’t ready to cut ties.
The club connects current and former foster youth through social events, fundraising and community service.
Building off their strong team bond, the humanitarian organization makes its monthly trips to Mexico worth the effort.
The club welcomes D&D beginners and experts to roleplay in fantasy worlds.
Long Beach State computer science majors, Samantha Hangsan and Nikki Nguyen want other female computer science majors to know they’re not alone.
For the past eight months, Long Beach Rocketry students have dedicated most of their nights designing and building their project in the Collaborative Autonomous Systems Laboratory on campus. To ensure their hard work pays off on competition day, the team drives two hours to test their launches at the Friends[Read More…]
Over a thousand menstrual hygiene products were packaged and distributed throughout the university during an event held by the Young Democratic Socialists of America LBSU chapter Tuesday. Teams comprised of members from the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Student Association, YDSA and student volunteers met in the University Student Union[Read More…]
A successful lift off has prompted the Beach Launch team to construct a new and improved liquid propelled rocket named “Beach 2 ‘Karmen,’” while preparing for three engineering and aerospace competitions in 2019. The club has launched two rockets since becoming a student operated entity, including its first ever liquid[Read More…]
A hoard of students followed to the College of American Indian Studies director Craig Stone to the burial grounds on campus located on Beach Dr. as one is entering campus from Bellflower Blvd. Students followed Stone to the burial grounds while leaving a path of marigold flowers behind and singing[Read More…]