A collection of some of the most talented tattoo artists in Southern California are all under one roof at the Outer Traffic Circle in Long Beach.
CSULB Parking and Transportation Services offer half-off discounted parking permits for spring semester
The CSULB Parking and Transportation Services are offering students an alternative parking permit option in order to avoid capacity overflow.
Long Beach community petition for the removal of CSULB professor after acts of sexual misconduct, harassment at former job
Several CSULB students and alumni have demanded former OCLF executive director, Julio Perez to be fired from Long Beach State due to several sexual misconduct workplace allegations.
Students paying over $3,000 for meal plans contract food poisoning after eating at the dorm dining halls.
CSULB performers and designers took a step toward normalcy during Performance Art and Design Festival.
ASI encountered a shortage of student employees but are hopeful to see an increase for spring 2022.
Beach Events will be hosting events like puppy therapy, free massages, food giveaways and more throughout finals week at the University Student Union
After a year and a half of having no fans at sporting events, the athletic’s marketing department has been working to bring people back to games.
In recent weeks, only about one-third of students have completed the COVID-19 pre-screen leading many to question its usefulness on campus.
An innovative art performance addressed issues of social justice for the Indigenous and Black communities through video, sculpture and live performances.