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Moving into new apartment

Figuring out your housing situation can be stressful, especially as a student away from home maybe for the first time. Whether you are an incoming freshman or a returning upperclassman, deciding to live on or off campus is a big decision! And as someone who has personally lived both within the dorms and off-campus, here are the tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way:

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As the fall semester unfolds, Long Beach State University (LBSU) is buzzing with activity. And whether you’re a newcomer or a seasoned vet, this is the perfect time to really make The Beach your home-away-from-home. And at The Beach, our LBSU family, ASI is considered the heart and soul of our community – which is why you should definitely become familiar with the best part of campus! So welcome to your survival guide to navigating the ins and outs of campus, ASI and your Beach family:

ASI BIG Event T-Pain

The semester may be over, but the hype of Big Event continues! T-Pain, a highly prolific artist, has left an indelible mark on the music industry, redefining contemporary pop, hip-hop and R&B as we know them today. With a string of chart-topping hits, Grammy Awards, sold-out shows and an enormous following, T-Pain stands as one of the most successful and celebrated artists of our time.

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Graduating from LBSU is a huge accomplishment! And it deserves to be celebrated with friends, family and all your supporters. Here are five places in Long Beach where you can enjoy a meal and spend some time relishing your achievements.

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ASI BIG Event T-Pain

ASI's Big Event is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year and this year is no exception. On May 5, the legendary T-Pain will be bringing down the house with a live performance at the Walter Pyramid! T-Pain needs no introduction as one of the most popular hip-hop artists of the past decade. However, if you're still on the fence about attending, here are five reasons why you should join us at this year's Big Event:

ASI BIG Event T-Pain

The wait is finally over! Get ready to experience an unforgettable night of music and entertainment with this year's Big Event featuring the one and only T-Pain!

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ASI recognizes how vital the IPCDC is to the success of LBSU’s student parents. Through providing developmentally appropriate curriculum, socialization, and early development for our community’s youngest future, our student parents are given the time to focus on their studies. As the IPCDC’s focus has been on providing the highest quality of education and support to families for many years, the facility has aged, requiring necessary maintenance and modernization to ensure a safe, comfortable, and stimulating environment. Through this grant, the IPCDC has a unique opportunity to make meaningful investments in the center that will improve quality and ensure sustainability into the future.

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Here are the top five reasons you should check out Sustain U at Long Beach State University (LBSU) this Earth month.

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Excitement is in the air as the Student Government elections have concluded! Buzzing with anticipation, many eagerly awaited results. The past several weeks, these student candidates have been actively engaged in the election process, attending debates and strategically campaigning their platforms.

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What better way to start off spring break than with a quiz to find out your spring break style?! Take this fun and simple quiz to take one step closer in getting to know yourself better than before!

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Voting has commenced!

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Since ASI’s Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC) opened in 2010, we understood that wellness, health and recreation should be equally accessible and important to all students, whether able-bodied or not. The inclusive recreational program was created for people who have cognitive, physical and sensory disabilities in mind. The SRWC hopes this space will broaden students’ access to health and fitness. And the program is not only available to people with visible and invisible disabilities, but to fellow non-disabled peers eager to collaborate on accommodated fitness experiences. According to the SRWC’s mission statement, the inclusive recreational program’s ultimate goal is to “level the playing field” and help everyone gain a better understanding and perspective on how disabilities are perceived.

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Happy Womxn's History Month! Celebrate with ASI with our new quiz! Pick your favorite painting and we'll reveal which influential womxn from history you are:


It was all the rage to shop small businesses back in 2020 and now it's time to keep the momentum going! If the small business trend didn’t convince you to shop locally, here are five reasons why you should keep your wallet local:

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Take this quiz to find out the perfect event you should attend based on your love language!