As the semester comes to an end, the campus is seeking more ways to accommodate students and their mental well being. Student Health Services offered students a chance to express themselves artistically.
The campus does not allow for the use of tobacco or vapes and it’s not fair to students who are addicted.
Although smoking was banned from Cal State Long Beach in 2016, you wouldn’t know that walking through the campus halls. The Breathe Campaign was implemented at the university in 2013 in an effort to eliminate smoking on campus. In Fall 2016, the campaign officially banned tobacco and e-cigarettes from campus.[Read More…]
As pot smokers seek the ideal spot to sneak in a less-than-legal toke on campus, they cautiously rubberneck for signs of authority. While recreational marijuana legalization was likely the highlight of 2018 for California stoners, the herb is still not permitted on campus. The Student Health Resource Center plans to[Read More…]
Even though Cal State Long Beach forbids the use of tobacco and vaporizers on campus, students and faculty are still trying to find places to sate their craving. Isabella Lanza, assistant professor of human development, attempts to find why they do it. Lanza created the Risky Health Among Adolescents and[Read More…]
Offering colorful beads, painting and button making, the Art and Soul Fair is an event catered to students who want to de-stress from their classes. The Student Health Services hosted the event Wednesday on the Speaker’s Platform from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in an effort to promote student[Read More…]