Graduating from a school in the University of California system or from the California State University system won’t have a significant impact on future prospects.
To be educated is a privilege that first-generation students worked relentlessly for.
Tips on how to make a good first impression in college.
In a Q&A with the Daily Forty-Niner, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley reveals that fall semester will only have about 4% of faculty, staff and students in person. She also discussed her visions to maintain a healthy campus
In this episode of Beach Weekly, Long Beach State students share their experiences in midst of the coronavirus pandemic. As social distancing practices continue, students discuss how their education, personal relationships and jobs have been affected.
CSULB student Fabiola Gutierrez is adjusting to her new life amid coronavirus restrictions. As she juggles to handle her online courses and family responsibilities, she has also dedicated her time to helping the elderly in her community.
Vanessa Montano struggled to complete her education, but eventually found her footing with support from loved ones and roller skating.
Your playing days may be over now that you’re in college, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up what you love.
Events hosted by LBSU such as Earth Week allow students a comfortable platform to educate themselves on the seriousness of topics such as climate change and sustainable living.