In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives you the latest updates regarding coronavirus at Long Beach State. Balster discusses information such as closures on campus, virtual instruction and social distancing. Sports analysts Manuel Valladares and Mark Lindahl discuss the future of LBSU athletics amidst COVID-19.
Inspired by a U.S. culture class, student Lydia Mok is taking a stand against the SRWC policies on sports bras.
Students got the chance to play basketball and badminton in wheelchairs at the SRWC, Wednesday.
ASI directors and senators brainstormed new ideas to expand mental health resources for students on campus.
The Student Recreation and Wellness Center’s registration period is underway for students, faculty and alumni looking to participate in intramural sports.
Emergency survival equipment will be placed around campus for students, faculty and employees to use if a shooting occurs.
Former LBSU employee charged with two counts of murder, VP of Student Affairs is placed on paid leave
Former Associated Students Inc. employee Jamie Williams was formally charged with two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder Tuesday. On the same day, Vice President of Student Affairs Carmen Taylor, who made $210,478 in 2017 according to Transparent California, was placed on paid administrative leave, with Mary[Read More…]
Josh Arizmendi was stunned to learn Wednesday that his fall semester tuition would be covered, thanks to the annual Owen’s Condition for Tuition hosted by the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. “I feel awesome, I feel like crying,” said Arizmendi, a third year undeclared student. “I just showed up today[Read More…]
Most students have turned procrastination into an art — preparing for the upcoming 2018 commencement ceremony is no exception. Fortunately, Grad Fair has got graduating seniors covered. Seniors at Cal State Long Beach swarmed the University Bookstore on Tuesday at the Graduation Information Fair to purchase caps, gowns and other[Read More…]
While balancing academics, a job and other various stress factors, it can be easy for college students to lose track of their health. Associated Students Inc. and the Student Recreation and Wellness Center hope to change that with their new educational outreach, “Drop into wellness.” The program is put on[Read More…]