Long Beach State University’s Associated Students, Inc. is featuring the first Conscious Collection Exhibit, an art gallery by and for veterans, those with mental and physical disabilities, international students and the LGBTQ+ community.
ASI Senate’s resolution presents potential legal issues.
Once again the issue of hate speech is being confronted, but this time alongside a potential tuition increase.
Students celebrate with cultural performances, art and food.
The celebrations included new rides, campus tours and more.
A chosen group of students and faculty deliberates campus regulations of speech.
Senators at yesterday’s ASI meeting read first resolution to stand against hate crimes, but many were opposed to hate speech being included in the bill.
Over 100,000 condoms were dispersed through “¡Salud a la Vida! | Cheers to Life!”
Students who have an immediate need for food and housing due to an unforeseen event can contact the Student Emergency Intervention and Wellness Program.
Beach Pride Events allows students to contribute to a community in need
Beach Pride Events hosts its first ever Bingo Night in celebration of OUTober
CSULB celebrates the LGBT community with Drag Bingo.
CSULB students in need can find assistance at the USU during CalFresh Outreach Day
CSULB is one step closer to adopting Rise after yesterday’s ASI Senate meeting.
Participants running in the Long Beach marathon are met with cheer at CSULB
The locally grown produce and freshly baked goods may not be returning for a while, due to a change in vendors.
A community’s solidarity in three stories
University police found person of interest in the La Raza case, football team has been denied and new parking accommodations presented at the meeting.
October is sustainability month, which means several events will be taking place over the course of the month to teach students to be more environmentally conscious.
Across Southern California and the nation, colleges and universities no longer view the concept of the starving student as an inevitable joke, but a serious issue. To address what’s become known as “food insecurity,” campuses are opening up free pantries.