Exchange students struggle to get full-time status

Collin James, Staff Writer

September 1, 2015

Filed under Campus, Features, News

Before Marco Heid left Germany, the emails welcoming him to study abroad in California warned him that his first week would not be an easy one. But instead of struggling to crash a class or two, the Open University program... Read more »

Graduation and retention rates among Latino students in California examined

Madison Moore, Contributing Writer

May 6, 2015

Filed under Campus, CSU, Features, News

As the first family member to attend college, Berenice Contreras had to learn everything on her own. From financial management to preparing to move to Long Beach, attaining a higher education was unfamiliar territory. The CSULB... Read more »

Nutty for comics

Nutty for comics

Joann Row, Opinions Editor

May 11, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Features

Tailored for success

Tailored for success

March 16, 2014

Prayer group asks God for signs, recalls dark pasts

Marisol Aguilar, Contributing Writer

February 24, 2011

Filed under Features, News

When Tiffa Lu found herself in one of the darkest moments of her life, she discovered God and events quickly turned around. Now, as a 21-year-old fashion design major at Cal State Long Beach, she shares her story and joins wi... Read more »