Over the last two years, there’s been an increase in theft compared to the 2021 academic year.
Spill the Tea: How do students feel about living in the dorms?
Housing students share their thoughts on living in the dorms.
Parkside North balances focus and fun
In this video, explore and learn more about Parkside North and its sustainable housing for students.
Beach Weekly S8E7: Ukraine Conflict and man arrested at University Library
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E7 — Ukraine Conflict and man arrested at University Library
What life is like for CSULB students living in on-campus housing
Students living on-campus adjust to an unusual dorming experience, which includes face masks, Zoom community events and an overall quiet environment.
Rent continues to rise in Long Beach
A 182 square foot “private, stylish, fully furnished Tiny House” was available for rent last week on Zillow, the Long Beach Post reported Friday. According to the seller, it had just about everything you need, except for space of course, for $1,675 a month. While this may seem like a[Read More…]
A little help can go a long way for students in need
As student hunger increasingly becomes a concern at Long Beach State, the school has offered a way for dorm residents to donate meals from their plan to those in need since 2015. The Feed A Need event from Feb. 3 to 9 allows students who are struggling with food stability[Read More…]
Freshman physics student dies at hospital late Wednesday night
Freshman physics major Eve Khatami died at a hospital 2 a.m. Wednesday night, according to an email sent from the Housing Office at 3:19 p.m. Thursday. Khatami was found in her Los Alamitos Hall dorm room around 12:30 a.m. and transported to Long Beach Memorial Hospital around 1 a.m. She[Read More…]
CSULB dormers will have to wait longer for new washing machines
Last semester, all student dormers were warned by housing officials not to put money on their Wash laundry cards as old washing machines were to be replaced with brand new ones over winter break. However, some residents were dismayed to find that the old machines were still there last week.[Read More…]