Week of Welcome allows CSULB students to learn more about the various clubs on campus.
Week of Welcome made its return to Long Beach State this fall on Aug. 29 and Aug. 30, powering through the brutal California heat wave.
What did Long Beach State students think about this year’s Week of Welcome?
After two years of the pandemic, on-campus carnival experience “Smorgasport,” safely returns for students to engage in different activities.
The Illustration and Drawing Club has brought back Sunday model sessions to CSULB since the pandemic started.
Geography Student Association continues for the second year with their map competition in honor of Geography Information Systems Day. Although the virtual competition did not bring the same turnout, it proved to be worthwhile for those involved.
The South Asian, Middle Eastern, Arab and North African Club at Long Beach State hosts intimate online meetings for their members to comfortably share cultural experiences with each other.
Joining a club while remote is still a rewarding experience, even though it might look a lot different.
Week of Welcome this semester was full of enthusiastic clubs and organizations. This photo gallery shows just a snippet of the busy two-day event.
In this installment of Enacio Diaz’s cartoon series, Lalo the paloma finds their place on campus while discovering clubs at Week of Welcome.