The Student Recreation and Wellness Center’s Inclusive program looks to increase participation to promote fun and understanding for all at the Beach.
Long Beach State’s Jiu Jitsu club uses its inclusive-mentality as a way to reach out to others from the Beach, whether home-grown or international, experienced or rookies to even regional rivals in other sports like San Diego State.
The men’s golf team ends day one of its first tournament of the season, eight shots behind tournament host, University of Washington.
Senior center Francis Lemay looks to lead the team to the championships after three seasons climbing the ranks.
The small opening near the “Go Beach” sign, also known as the gap, often has people waiting in line just to walk through it.
Hit-and-run reports have become common for the University Police Department during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Hit-and-runs, a suspicious person and a stolen vehicle highlight this week’s crime blotter.
The fundraiser included local vendors, silent and live auctions, as well as multiple guest speakers including current players and coaches, Sept 14 at the Walter Pyramid.
The event brought out dog lovers and owners at The Queen Mary Events Park to celebrate man’s best friend in a fun, full-of-heart day, Sept. 14.
During her decades-long career in dance and theater instruction, Cyrus Parker Jeannette rose from teaching improv and choreography classes to becoming dean of Long Beach State’s College of the Arts in 2014.
Long Beach held its own against the Mustangs for most of the game but were unable to pull out the win as the SMU offense prevailed.