Voted “Best Place to Drip for Less” by CSULB students, Out of the Closet is a go-to destination for customers in search of unique items accompanied with a welcoming environment.
The California State Legislature has passed its first bill to ban four additives that are linked to health issues, one of which includes Red Dye No. 3.
I went vegetarian at 10 years old and never looked back. Here’s how I did it, why I did it and how it’s treating me now.
Halloween time is in full swing. What do students at CSULB think about the holiday and its spooky festivities?
A potential strike could be coming to the CSU as the largest labor union representing CSU faculty is set to vote on whether to authorize a labor strike.
Student commuters feel the financial burden of high gas prices in Los Angeles and Orange County.
Parking on campus has always been a hassle. With the new semester in full swing, many students have began to express their concerns about the price of and lack of parking on campus.
The Eras Tour is not just a record-breaking tour, but also a religious experience. Just ask the thousands of Swifties that screamed for Taylor Swift to “take us to church” during the Don’t Blame Me performance at SoFi Stadium on Aug. 4.
Ironically, my anxiety freshman and sophomore year was preventing me from being able to seek out mental health care. I am where I am now, years into therapy, because CAPS helped me find providers and make phone calls.
A new federal loan-repayment plan now gives borrowers more leniency when paying back their student loans.