At the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum, five Pasifika artists share their collective work as a form of healing for their community and others to experience.
Due to staffing shortages, the Nugget Bar & Grill will remain closed with no anticipated day of reopening.
CSULB kinesiology instructor, Richard Juliano refuses to wear a mask indoors or receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Corner Market at the University Student Union reopened Monday, Feb. 7, as CSULB welcomed back in-person learning.
City of Long Beach urges local residents to follow COVID-19 health protocols due to Omicron sub-variant BA.2
In order to comply with health and safety protocols, the City of Long Beach highly encourages residents to protect themselves from the Omicron sub-variant BA.2 by getting vaccinated and wearing a mask.
The ASI Senate meeting gave CSULB students the opportunity to express their concerns regarding the spring 2022 graduation ceremony overview.
The COVID-19 vaccines have been available since January, people are refusing to get the vaccines and the reasoning and excuses people have for not getting have been weak if they have not been openly against the vaccine.
After being on Zoom for over 18 months, the return of in-person learning has caused competition for upper campus parking.
A brief discussion about the health and safety precautions the university has implemented to stop the spread of COVID-19.
After a year of lockdowns, Zoom classes and more, students share their experiences navigating mental health.