Over the summer, CSULB’s campus had several construction projects completed, ranging from road repairs to building upgrades, with more projects in the works for the future.
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Political science professor Kathryn Perkins led an event talking about the history of reproductive rights and the recent attacks being made on them.
CSULB offers Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for student that are struggling to recover and are seeking help.
Student Health Services will begin offering abortion services via the abortion pill starting in January of 2023.
A revised mandate from CSULB says that masks are now strongly recommended but should that be a good thing for students?
In a recent email from President Conoley, the university lifted restrictions on its mask mandate, no longer requiring the wearing of masks indoors.
Student Health Services at Long Beach State held a drive-thru event Tuesday to administer flu shots to the community in parking lot G1.
Students can say goodbye to trailer exam rooms and try their luck at high-volume food preparation in the coming weeks. Student Health Center construction almost completed, more 24-hour resources provided and free flu shots to come After months of construction, renovations of the Student Health Center will be completed in[Read More…]
Empty desks and a symphony of sniffles throughout classrooms at Cal State Long Beach have signaled the severity of this year’s influenza epidemic. Students may want to think twice before sharing eating utensils or skipping out on washing their hands as this year’s flu season has already claimed the[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…]