Panelists discuss perseverance, strength and higher education during Black History Month.
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The Year of the Dragon made its way to Long Beach State campus for the community to commemorate the Lunar New Year with traditional festivities.
Embarking on his 24th year at Long Beach State, Jonathan Talberg shares his pathway to becoming the CSULB director of choral activities.
Lucy Anne Hurston, niece of Zora Neale Hurston, shared with the Long Beach community about how her aunt continues to impact her life today.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, an unconventional ballet troupe, dances their way into the hearts of audiences with playful comedy and captivating movement.
A 5% raise, improved mental health services and higher wages for lecturers are included in the proposed CFA tentative agreement.
It can be challenging to practice healthy eating habits while attending college but this can be aided by learning about appropriate nutrition.
CSULB’s Latinx Resource Center, with the help of student feedback, looks to focus on more inclusivity in their rebranding.
Whether it’s hosting walks for suicide prevention or fellow students mentoring their peers, Sacramento State shows a genuine focus on mental health care.
Christmas-themed pop-up bar, “Miracle,” opened in Long Beach just after Thanksgiving.