Elizabeth Dill, new dean of the University Library, hopes to engage the CSULB community with fun events and new policies.
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Meet Stuart Sidwell, the popular vendor on campus with a seemingly never-ending collection of CDs, posters and jewelry.
Long Beach Transit operators, Arthur Mitchell and La Tanya Mitchell break down their relationship and their day-to-day operations as bus operators
Beautiful clear vocals, bedazzled costumes, robotic props and iconic dancers graced the stage to wrap up the Renaissance World Tour into the perfect package.
The Eras Tour is not just a record-breaking tour, but also a religious experience. Just ask the thousands of Swifties that screamed for Taylor Swift to “take us to church” during the Don’t Blame Me performance at SoFi Stadium on Aug. 4.
The Associated Student Inc. finalized a resolution to oppose the CSU multi-year tuition increase proposal.
Hurricane Hilary will bring heavy rain and high winds to Southern California Saturday through Monday night for the first time since 1939 when a tropical storm made landfall in Long Beach.
For the first time in 60 years, the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA are striking in solidarity for better wages and job stability, shattering the illusion of fame.
It was a special game night in Anaheim for Long Beach State fans as they got to celebrate the yearly Long Beach Night at Angels Stadium.
Long Beach State senior Sharlon Bolos gained experience and knowledge in her last year of school despite facing many obstacles.