As the semester comes to a close, students are working hard to prepare for their final exams and projects. How are they doing so?
Reflecting on the Foo Fighters in the wake of Taylor Hawkins’ passing.
Students who commute to CSULB discuss rising gas prices that are putting a strain on their wallets.
As of March 15, the U.S. Senate has unanimously passed the Sunshine Protection Act which could make Daylight Savings Time permanent starting in November of 2023 if passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
Spring break is coming up and students have one week to go on vacation, sip their cocktails and sleep in. But should we still be putting expectations on our break?
Several students have voiced their concerns with how the Housing & Residential Life is handling the cleaning process.
The Student Success Center used the Week of Welcome as an opportunity to display its numerous resources such as the Women’s and Gender Equity Center and the University Writing Center.
Students report problems with Wi-Fi as they return to campus after online instruction.
Due to staffing shortages, the Nugget Bar & Grill will remain closed with no anticipated day of reopening.
CSULB graduating seniors expressed concerns on how the commencement survey that was sent out on Tuesday leaned towards the socially distanced ceremony instead of a traditional one.