Joining Greek Life is a lot more than just joining a student organization, it’s joining a family.
With the transition to virtual learning, fraternities and sororities at CSULB are learning how to run their chapters and recruit new members.
Week of Welcome this semester was full of enthusiastic clubs and organizations. This photo gallery shows just a snippet of the busy two-day event.
The Rho Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi is the only LGBTQ fraternity in CSULB’s Greek system. The frat is a second home for gay, bisexual, and transgender men seeking a club free of toxic masculinity.
Large wooden letters lined the Speaker’s Platform walkway Wednesday as Cal State Long Beach fraternities and sororities set up shop for the Greek Fair. Their mission: to recruit students. While Rush Week, when fraternities and sororities recruit students to their respective chapters, will not be taking place until the week[Read More…]
Four thousand, two hundred seventy miles, ten weeks and one bike humbled Brandon Ratner, who pedaled from coast to coast, discovering the philanthropic roots of Greek life. Ratner, a junior business accounting major at California State University, Long Beach, completed his first Trans-America route in the summer of 2014 through[Read More…]
Unless you’ve got a rich family lining your pockets with cash, chances are you’re stuck working a part-time job, just to buy the instant noodle soup you’re eating for dinner. What would the college experience be without a tight budget? Most students don’t have the luxury of splurging on a fraternity or sorority because tuition, fees and books cost the average full-time[Read More…]