Plastic waste is a significant issue in environmental sustainability that affects CSULB and the world at large.
CSULB works toward carbon neutrality
California State University Long Beach and other California State Universities have been pushing policies of carbon neutrality to combat climate change.
Graduating for yourself and no one else
Luk-Mattew Phanbandith is the first in his family to graduate and has worked hard for his graduation to be an achievement he can call his own.
The obstacles on the path to graduation
Long Beach State senior Sharlon Bolos gained experience and knowledge in her last year of school despite facing many obstacles.
From undergrad to postgrad: what’s next for CSULB seniors?
As Long Beach State seniors’ time comes to an end, students reflect on their time here and get ready for the next chapter.
Ma’Qhi Berry’s sweet Beach career insight
Long Beach State women’s basketball senior guard Ma’Qhi Berry wrapped up her final season at The Beach. After six years, she is ready to graduate and start a life after college.
Bryce Kvick has zero regrets about being a part of The Beach
Staying present and in the moment in class and the golf course helped this men’s golf player succeed at LBSU.
Beach Weekly S10E15: Worker strikes, School shooting in Serbia & more
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S10E15: Worker strikes, School shooting in Serbia & more
How history major Cameron Forgey began living through an incurable disease
As student Cameron Forgey was slowly getting back to the old dynamics of the university prior to COVID-19, he was met with a chronic disease that steered his life in a different direction.
CSULB student drives passion through ASL
Elizabeth Griswold grew a passion for linguistics and American Sign Language which grew her goal to help and spread awareness for the hearing impaired.