Biology students and Assistant Professor Ari Martinez explore the Salton Sea for their class in ornithology, a branch of zoology that focuses on birds. More than 400 species of birds make regular use of the Salton Sea, according to the Audubon Society.
The LBSU women's basketball team, which finished 12-6 in the conference, was instrumental in helping the athletics department win the Dennis Farrell Big West Commissioner's Cup award, presented to the Big West school that has the most consistent success throughout each season. It was the school's ninth win since the award was first presented in 1998-99.
An emotional goodbye and the start of a journey at the recently opened Parkside North Dorms on Move-In Day.
A visitor gets a whiff of one of CSULB’s corpse flowers, Phil, which is cared for in a greenhouse on College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics’ rooftop. Campus botanist Brian Thorson tends to more than 2,000 plants and five greenhouses that biology students use for their studies.
Student Kaylin Jones dances during Week of Welcome, an Associated Students, Inc. event that introduces new and returning students to on-campus clubs, organizations and resources.
Liberal studies academic advisor Nancy de Haro roller-skates on a path in Rainbow Harbor past the Queen Mary in Long Beach. De Haro was featured in a Portraits of Pride gallery that celebrated our on-campus LGBTQ+ community.