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Long Beach mayor gives Richard Haller official proclamation.
While campus officials had long planned to repurpose the old building, it’s a sad end for a structure that figured prominently in the campus’ early days. And preservationists are not happy.
A memorial service will be held at the home where last week’s mass shooting took place while a vigil will be held at Cal State Long Beach where the mother who was killed by a suspected DUI was a student.
There is something of a tradition at Long Beach State that students and staff unknowingly are a part of.
The Student Recreation and Wellness Center’s Inclusive program looks to increase participation to promote fun and understanding for all at the Beach.
The Student Recreation and Wellness Center’s registration period is underway for students, faculty and alumni looking to participate in intramural sports.
The Student Recreation and Wellness Center held the first Recposure at the University Student Union Pool. The purpose of the event was to inform students of the different programs offered at the SRWC, including the pool deck.
ASI senate addresses registration confusion and student concerns about the lack of course offerings for the spring 2020 semester.
ASI senate discusses future wheeled pathways for rider and pedestrian safety at Wednesday’s meeting.
The Senate discussed student concerns over the Genocide Awareness Project’s exhibition of anti-abortion photos making comparisons to Holocaust victims on the most holy day for Jewish people.
Rainn Wilson and Shabnum Mogharabi draw crowds of students for ASI’s An Evening With event put on by Beach Pride Events.
Beach Pride Events celebrated Día de los Muertos on Oct. 31 at Long Beach State. Students gathered to commemorate their lost loved ones while eating traditional foods and learning more about the holiday.
Students made DIY face masks at the Student Wellness and Recreation Center to promote self-care, Thursday.
After a year-long hiatus, The ASI hosted farmers market returned to the Friendship Walk for students to enjoy a variety of local foods.
On Wednesday night President Conoley tweeted, “Actually we are not the Sharks…”