Even though our campus is full of historic and artistic expression, it’s almost too easy to take these things for granted and forget they’re even there.
With summer fastly approaching, get ready to hitch your hair up into these fashionable hairdos.
The outdoor classrooms will span across campus and stay available to any professor and student willing to use them.
It’s mental health month, and CSULB offers a plethora of mental health resources for students; here are some programs that should be utilized.
According to Native American Rights Fund, ICWA has been recognized by child welfare experts as the standard in child welfare practice. The law has helped many Native children and families in the child welfare systems. However, the law has been challenged and that risks ICWA’s power to help Native American children.
Students have grown more and more frustrated with CSULB administration and the decisions that are being made on campus.
Skateboarding can be a creative outlet for students but when the safety of other students is overlooked, it becomes a problem.
The rise and fall of academic motivation takes place at the exact same time, every year, without fail. For students, attitudes toward academic motivation greatly plunge from the fall semester to the spring semester.
The latest economic changes in Calif. have affected food trucks, causing them to raise their prices. Here’s a brief look at on-campus and off-campus food truck prices.
Let ’23 Walk continues fighting not just for their own commencement ceremony but for future CSULB graduating classes with a protest on campus.