Councilmembers came to a unanimous vote in approving the strategic five-year plan for citywide health improvement and an eco-friendly tree replacing motive.
Dining halls need to have healthier food options for students who rely on them in order to survive college while keeping extra pounds off.
Let me start off by saying, unless you’re running a high temperature or you just lost a finger in woodshop — there’s no way in hell Student Health Services will write you a note to get out of class, no matter how sick you feel. In the midst of one[Read More…]
Over 20 tombstones encircled the grass in front of the bookstore Wednesday morning displaying the names and faces of icons whose lives were lost to smoking-related illnesses. Celebrities such as Patrick Swayze, David Bowie and Walt Disney were some of the individuals represented on the tombstones. The event was put[Read More…]
Semester goals: don’t procrastinate, study everyday — and avoid the flu like the plague. It’s flu season again and efforts to reduce the risk of contracting influenza have reached Cal State Long Beach. Participating students, staff and faculty received free flu shots in front of the bookstore vending area Monday[Read More…]
As the first half of a busy semester comes to an end, students will be able to find resources and relief at Cal State Long Beach’s annual health and safety week. The events are hosted by Living Well at the Beach, a group focused on physical and mental health on[Read More…]
Put down those instant noodles — Cal State Long Beach’s Division of Student Affairs is presenting its second CalFresh Outreach Day at the southeast terrace of the University Student Union Tuesday afternoon. CalFresh is a subset of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, a federally-mandated but state-regulated program that works with[Read More…]
Cedars-Sinai Medical Group hosted its first blood drive of the year in the University Student Union Ballroom on Tuesday, and it will continue on Wednesday. The blood drive collects on average 300 pints of blood within the two-day period at each drive, said Cheryl Berlow, the director of the blood[Read More…]
The spread of measles that has been hanging over California’s shoulder for the past five months came to a close last week. Dr. Michael Carbuto, the head physician at Student Health Services in California State University, Long Beach, said that he expects that the university will be more stringent with[Read More…]
Green herb crackles under his lighter as white smoke swirls through a long, glass tube. With one swift inhale, it’ll elevate him into a state of euphoria that has become the norm for his everyday life. John, who wishes his last name not be revealed due to employment-related reasons, is[Read More…]