March 23 marks the beginning of “alternative instruction” at CSULB. The physical campus was mostly empty due to students and professors holding classes online.
The Associated Students Inc. Beach Pantry hosted a one-day pop-up market Tuesday to offer assistance to students after President Jane Close-Conoley sent out an email calling for the reduction of use to the University Student Union.
Third-year mathematics major, Austin Ring first performed his poem titled “An Advocate of the Meek,” and told the audience to solve the riddle. Ring was one of 30 students to recite poetry at the ASI-hosted Poet’s Lounge.
The small opening near the “Go Beach” sign, also known as the gap, often has people waiting in line just to walk through it.
The club welcomes D&D beginners and experts to roleplay in fantasy worlds.
The Daily 49er’s managing editor Austin Brumblay shares his experience as a performer in Draglicious, hosted by Delta Lambda Phi.
ASI helps seniors deck out their graduation caps
Over a thousand menstrual hygiene products were packaged and distributed throughout the university during an event held by the Young Democratic Socialists of America LBSU chapter Tuesday. Teams comprised of members from the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Student Association, YDSA and student volunteers met in the University Student Union[Read More…]
Need a break from finals? Beginning Dec. 13, Associated Students Inc. will host multiple events throughout finals week to give students a load off from tests and relax their brains from stress. The theme for this year’s fall finals week is rooted from the television show “Friends,” often visualized as[Read More…]