Long Beach State students say they plan to use the time off to work, relax and catch up on schoolwork.
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As states in the U.S. ease up their coronavirus restrictions, many college students are questioning whether they should stay home or go out to enjoy their break.
The Safe Spring Break event on Wednesday, sponsored by Student Health Services, focused on alternative options to alcohol and drug use for students during the upcoming vacation. Utilizing giveaways, games and educational literature, SHS addressed the range of health challenges students face in navigating through college life and managing[Read More…]
Spring break doesn’t have to be all about binge drinking and passing out. Why not let the warm sun of a small Mexican beach town melt away the midterm stress? I recently took a girls-trip down to a remote beach. We bonded and detoxed as I explored and documented my[Read More…]
SPRING BREAK When you’ve exhausted Netflix and are ready to retire the plaid pajamas, check out some staff picks for those planning to make the best of a So-Cal staycation. Grab your friends for a makeshift micro-road trip to these spots just 30 to 45 minutes out of California State,[Read More…]
A new study found that car crash fatalities spike by nearly 10 percent nationally during spring break. The study, published in Economic Inquiry in March, analyzed 14 spring break hotspots across seven states, including California and Arizona, according to researcher Michael T. French, a health economist and professor at University[Read More…]