Meet the standout students of CSULB in our Senior Profiles.
Brooke Larson '23
I feel lucky that not only did I find CSULB, but I found advisors and mentors that really helped me catch up and discover what it is I want to do professionally.
Daria Brooks '22
My experiences go all the way back to Fall 1974 as a freshman. I made lifelong friendships with folks in both the Radio/TV department and with the Comparative Literature department, and I learned how much I loved the entertainment field.
Katie Dill '23
Some of my favorite memories include traveling across the country with my teammates for water polo (Michigan and Hawaii were my favorites), spending time with my friends, trying all kinds of food all around Long Beach (Poke Pola on 2nd St. Is my personal favorite) and making life-long friends in my classes.
Muskan Jawanda '23
I have always felt that CSULB has a strong sense of community and I felt right at home even as a transfer student. Being back on campus has allowed me to participate in various activities, the most prominent being Moot Court.
Bryce Kvick '23
From meeting outstanding alumni from both organizations, to being able to travel and represent the school, setting school records with my team and furthering my education, CSULB has been an amazing place for me to grow in all aspects of my life.
Brenda Payan-Garcia '23
Besides making great memories with some of my closest friends (& roommates), the highlight of my experience has been taking the position of Editor-in-Chief for DÍG en Español.
DeLane Magee '22
DeLane Magee is a first-generation Engineering student and is a mentee in the Beach Nexus Spring Mentor Program.
Christopher Edgar Desierto Padron '22
Christopher Edgar Desierto Padron is a FEA Narrative Production – Production & Directing major, and serves as the ASI Senator for the College of the Arts
Gloria Hernandez '21
Gloria Hernandez is a Recreational Therapy Fall 2021 grad, and is part of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the EOP program.
Gem Stacy Acabal '22
Gem Stacy Acabal is Choral Education and Voice Performance major, and serves as the President of American Choral Director’s Association.
Katherine Gonzalez '22
Katherine Gonzalez is a Studio Art major, and serves as the ASI Senator for College of the Arts.