The outdoor classrooms will span across campus and stay available to any professor and student willing to use them.
Construction on campus aims to promote a healthier environment
Construction projects around the CSULB campus have been actively progressing with safety and access in mind for students.
CSULB administration prioritizes profits over the graduating class
With CSULB’s commencement ceremony less than six weeks away, many students have begun to lose hope in the 2023 graduating class’ fight for a traditional ceremony due to the unwavering administration.
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Council members vote yes to fund ALPR equipment, residents frustrated
Additional “spy gear” for the Long Beach Police Department brought up issues of privacy, targeted minority arrests and immigration safety.
CSULB community proposes solutions to CSU Board of Trustees
CSULB students and alumni from the cultural unions and College of Fine Arts expressed their frustrations over lack of resources to the CSU Board of Trustees.
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Conoley advocates for Fine Arts building improvements and funding
The Fine Arts student walk out last week influenced CSULB president Jane Close Conoley to urge the CSU Board of Trustees to fund for the outdated CSU campus infrastructure.