The bimonthly event at the University Student Union West Patio had students play games and answer questions to win prizes.
Long Beach residents gathered downtown to celebrate the traditional German festival featuring games, food, live music and beer.
Despite long lines, students enjoyed their time playing games, eating food and going on rides at ASI’s Smorgasport event.
LBSU’s free on-campus carnival experience will kick off the fall semester on Sept. 8.
Just as parental conflict may shape identities and behavioral patterns, sibling problems do just as much damage.
Businesses and visitors shared why Shoreline Village, voted as the “Best Place to Meet Up with Your Besties,” is a generational Long Beach staple.
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports and become popular amongst a wide range of generations. The age-friendly sport has expanded with its inclusiveness.
Taste of Downtown, organized by the Downtown Long Beach Alliance, was held on Wednesday and Thursday and highlighted many local businesses in the downtown area.
Long Beach State Homecoming brings students and alumni together under one roof for food, fanfare and engaging in entertainment.
Food, music, games and more were available to students at the s at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, Thursday evening. Used to promote the SRWC’s programs and sports clubs, Rec Fest offered those in attendance an evening of relaxation and fun.