Since Cal State Long Beach is a commuter school with nearly 33,000 undergraduate students, Week of Welcome can be an important event in helping students feel more connected to their campus.
Elbee, pronounced “L-B,” answers to they/their/them, hails from Belmont Shore and has a jersey number of 49.
With its two major Downtown housing and classroom projects now dead, CSULB is forced to reexamine how it can better connect with Long Beach.
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.
It blooms every seven to 15 years and has an overwhelmingly awful stench. And now, the giant corpse lily is ready for its close up at CSULB.
Another new feature of “The 7” is we’re going to give you one thing that is totally worth getting out of Long Beach to experience.
Great minds think alike. About mascots.
Nearly 4,000 votes were counted during the Post’s Unofficial, Unlicensed UNOFFICIAL CSULB Mascot Contest and the numbers are in.
A final decision will be made no later than June so that the university can begin working on the artwork and the new mascot’s physical presence.
We’re extending the deadline for submissions to our Unofficial CSULB Masco/Nickname contest to Jan. 10, 2019. To inspire you, we’re re-posting five of the original efforts along with a more recent, and toothy creation