The Fine Arts student walk out last week influenced CSULB president Jane Close Conoley to urge the CSU Board of Trustees to fund for the outdated CSU campus infrastructure.
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Faculty members from across campus share their experiences dealing with the reality of an aging campus in a heatwave.
Residential Beach students face the heat in air-condition-less dorm rooms.
High chance of rain and thunderstorms from Tropical Storm Kay cancels Smorgasport event this weekend.
The hottest and longest heatwave of the summer is expected to arrive by Wednesday.
The Shark Lab at CSULB has teamed up with Fullerton College to create a “shark forecast” to better understand the behavior of sharks and their interaction with humans.
Artists showcase their pieces of work to celebrate Latin culture and Day of the Dead. The display will be available until Nov. 10.
The university advises all students, staff and faculty to check up on their vaccinations after UCLA and CSULA experience measles outbreak.
Imagine watching a young girl seductively strutting the streets of downtown Long Beach. Her ruby red stilettos are half a size too big, making her sway and wobble with every step. She finger-waves and smirks at the men driving by. A man in the shadows watches the girl. He approaches[Read More…]