A standing room only crowd of over 1,000 jammed the Multipurpose rooms on October 28 to hear the controversial former United Nations Ambassador and ex-aide to Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Andrew Young speak about Ronald Regan, foreign policy, and the role of the United States in the changing world to students.
The improbable dream comes true. CSULB captures the PCAA Championship with a dramatic, last-minute win in their final league game.
University 100 becomes an additional requirement to graduate. It is a course designed to give students a sense of belonging in the University as well as introduce valuable resources on campus.
Approximately 50 demonstrators marched from McIntosh Humanities building to Hardfact Hill protesting U.S. Military aid to a strife torn Central American nation.
Approximately eighteen students per semester are enrolled in the Broadcast Journalism class that supplies KLON with its news.
Julian Bond spoke to faculty and students in March. His speech, called "We the People...Celebrating 20 years," marked the bicentennial of the U.S. constitution.
Long Beach has one more thing to cheer about as the CSULB squad captured the 1986-1887 National Pom Pom Championships.
The grand opening of the International House which provides housing for both international and American students.
President Horn announces his resignation. The third president in the university's history, headed the campus for nearly 18 years. One of the legacy's that President Horn left was the creation of Kaleidoscope, an all campus festival that brings thousands to campus.
49ers advance to NCAA Regional's. Women's volleyball has evolved into a dedicated squad of winners at CSULB.