Poet’s Lounge offers students an outlet to express themselves

The University Student Union Sunset Lounge was filled with intensity, laughter and the sounds of fingers snapping as both first-time performers and regular poets expressed their deepest emotions through originally written works. Beach Pride Events hosted this semester’s first Poet’s Lounge Thursday night. Poet’s Lounge is an open mic program[Read More…]

A march In Los Angeles on Sept. 5 protesting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals decision by President Trump.

Students and CSULB campus members discuss the “undocumented experience”

The Office of Multicultural Affairs together with Future Underrepresented Educated Leaders hosted the “Latinx Undocumented Experience” on Monday. Students enjoyed a complimentary dinner and an informative discussion on issues that undocumented students, faculty and the community as a whole face in America today. This event was planned as a part[Read More…]

Crime Blotter

Noncompliant party – At 12:30 p.m. on Sep. 14, two men were seen smoking on the loading dock at the University library. Officers responded when the two men were asked by a campus community member to leave. Upon the officers’ arrival the subjects had fled the area.   Hit and[Read More…]

Conquering the fear of the kitchen

Four years ago, I’d just moved into the dorms at Hillside. Besides sharing a bathroom with twenty other girls and not being able to listen to bands I liked without my roommate telling me how poor my taste in music was, there was something glorious that came with dorming: an[Read More…]

The University Student Union

CSULB students vote against $165 University Student Union fee increase

The Student Fee Advisory Committee will meet on Friday to compile a recommendation for University President Jane Close-Conoley, who will make the final decision regarding the issue of a University Student Union fee increase. “I’m absolutely siding with the students,” Conoley said via telephone after the voting results were announced. She said she would[Read More…]