The Multi-Service Center in Long Beach is providing shelter to homeless citizens throughout March 5, as the winter storm continues to run its course through the community.
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Breaking the Gender Barrier: Women in STEM at CSULB
Students at CSULB are rewriting the narrative about women in STEM – thanks to the many women who came before them.
The wage gap still impacts women
Looking at the data on salary over the years, there still is a gender wage gap.
Beach Weekly S10E6: CSULB Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, Doomsday Glacier & more
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S10E6: CSULB Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, Doomsday Glacier & more
Motherhood amidst adversity
The moment student Samantha Schoner received a positive pregnancy test result, her teenage life was taken from her as she navigated through motherhood amidst adversities.
One year later: the Russia-Ukraine war and its effect on students
Long Beach State international students provide insight on the Russia-Ukraine war one year later.
NFMLA is “changing the reel” for communal filmmakers
New Filmmakers LA is “filling the void,” for new creators and filmmakers by providing themed film festivals and a supportive environment for arts and life.
Interim athletic director speaks on survey to raise student fees
ASI senators criticized the interim athletic director’s survey aimed at increasing student fees from $25 to $89.
Winter storm hits Southern California
California is under a winter weather warning for blizzards, heavy rain and wind through different parts of the state.
The man behind ‘the sign’: Beyond the free hugs and high fives
It took student Joshua Brennecke a card stock paper and a marker to make a difference in students’ lives, but like every hero, a history lies beneath his sign.