This Thursday we went on an art walk at California State University Long Beach. The mission of our walk was to experience and capture all the things that make CSULB, CSULB. Our tour guide, Maddy Braverman explained, “our university has many amazing attributes but when referring to the campus there are a few particular locations and attractions that really make the school unique”, no other school has a giant blue pyramid or a japanese garden, so we took this opportunity to really appreciate the wonders of Cal State Long Beach.
  The famous Walter Pyramid, home of Long Beach State basketball and volleyball for over 20 years, one of four pyramids in the US.
  The 1.3 acre Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden   The friendly koi fish that inhabit the koi pond of the Japanese Garden
 The famous CSULB plant sign that can be seen from the street, a welcome sign for all 49ers.


 A hilarious, often unnoticed, warning sign, near the track and field throwing area.


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