The Center for Community Engagement holds a student town hall to address the economic and academic concerns of students of color during the pandemic.
Associated Students, Inc. held a virtual event Thursday for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week to discuss the issue of food insecurity and homelessness among students in the California State University system prior to and during the coronavirus pandemic.
On Nov. 20, Indigenous peoples joined on Zoom to share how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their lives, including how it has affected ceremonies like Pow Wows as part of CSULB’s Native American Heritage Month Celebration.
With a total of 1,777 student voter registrations ahead of Election Day, CSULB was the runner up in the 2020 competition to California State University, Fullerton.
In this video, three collectors with a range of different POPs share their collections. Whether they are casual collectors or master collectors, each one has something in common: they love Funko POPs.
Students wishing to spend time with family this holiday break are being mandated to perform a 14-day quarantine upon returning back home.
American democracy is under attack and President Donald J. Trump is to blame.
Students will perform in a virtual music festival Friday, organized and hosted by Theatre Threshold from the Department of Theatre Arts.
Award-winning journalist Sonia Nazario discusses her book “Enrique’s Journey” and recounts her time spent in Honduras as her inspiration for immigration reform advocacy.
The California Department of Public Health has announced a stay-at-home order effective this Saturday limiting nonessential activity during the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The order is set to last a month.