Plastic waste is a significant issue in environmental sustainability that affects CSULB and the world at large.
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Ma’Qhi Berry’s sweet Beach career insight
Long Beach State women’s basketball senior guard Ma’Qhi Berry wrapped up her final season at The Beach. After six years, she is ready to graduate and start a life after college.
How history major Cameron Forgey began living through an incurable disease
As student Cameron Forgey was slowly getting back to the old dynamics of the university prior to COVID-19, he was met with a chronic disease that steered his life in a different direction.
Long-distance students are paying more to attend school
The farther away a student lives, the more complex their commute to campus becomes both logistically and financially if they ride public transportation.
CSULB employees put pressure on university admin to secure childcare benefits
Faculty and staff parents urge CSULB officials to take accountability for securing childcare for all employees and students through a passed resolution.
Demolition of Walter Pyramid is possible, says Interim Athletic Director
As Long Beach State Athletics tackles the leaks and repairs needed for the Walter Pyramid, past repair estimates and damage could bring it down.
ASI discusses active shooting training, Black/Africana Studies support and USU fees
Members of ASI discuss active shooting training, Black/Africana Studies and the reconstruction of the University Student Union.
A tale of 2 commencements
Administration at CSUF made a program for commencement including students in the planning which is something that CSULB has yet to develop.
The future of Native American rights is in the hands of the Supreme Court
According to Native American Rights Fund, ICWA has been recognized by child welfare experts as the standard in child welfare practice. The law has helped many Native children and families in the child welfare systems. However, the law has been challenged and that risks ICWA’s power to help Native American children.
International Labor Day kicks off with a CSU faculty protest
The California State University Employee Union was joined by other unions across the including the Academic Professionals of California and Teamsters, in the solidarity to fight for better employee salary and working conditions.