CSULB Khmer Students


#1

Any CSULB students here? I am registered for the fall and I was looking to meet up with fellow khmers that go to school here. They sell beer on campus. 2 drink limit though HAHAHAHAA. I would be getting fucked up at the nugget bet if it wasnt for that shit. but yea holla at your boi. I got two years of school left and im trying to really make the most out of it. I didnt get a chance to experience high school. lmao so im hopin to make up for it in college. which means making new friends. lol im down to form a dota 2 team. UC irvine has like an esports team. I know damn well theres cambodians out here that play dota 2. i am a techies god.


#2

Dude, you’re asking a website that has about less than ten active users and out of the 10, I doubt they even attend csulb lol! You might have a better luck if you join a csulb group on Facebook.


#3

People still use fb? ahaha fuck that shit. im good i prefer jus meeting ppl the old fashioned way in person.


#4

KL is hanging on by a thread but I like it that way.


#5

Keep in touch with classmates. Now a days, you gotta learn how to network with people. I’ve kept in touch with a few friends from CSULB, and some of them are doing pretty damn well as a graphic designer/artist.


#6

yea i see you have a point there. maybe in a few years ill have changed my mind on fb but i never really was a big fan of it. Maybe ill meet some people during these last two years of college that will change my mind.


#7

It depends on where you’re trying to head out in life. As for being an artist, some of us have to advertise ourselves and our works. Online is a great tool to do so.


#8

yea i never was good at networking maybe thats why no one knows who i am lol


#9

quick question did you have your whole 2 years planned on or did you just sort of it wing it semester by semester taking whatever classes you felt like at the time? I only picked classes for the fall semester. honestly there are so many options I really havent decided what route I should go for in psychology.


#10

From what I recall, I try to go by the curriculum and just took whatever classes that are required and available for the semester (of course I gotta look up the professors too). I tried to balance it out by taking two hard classes along with another two or three easier ones.


#11

righto ill keep that in mind next semester. i didnt go too hard yet, im takin 12 units just to see how it is. nothing crazy. i havent had a lot of time to myself this past summer. been running myself ragged between school and my dog. he fell ill recently and its been a nightmare.


#12

the japanese garden is the best part of campus aside from the $50/yr nano plots.


#13

i havent seen the garden yet. even though i been on campus several times


#14

i tend to stop by Thursdays as their Japanese hostess that day (miss Mariko) is nice and generous with the koi food!


#15

lol i reactivated my fb got me thinking about that networking thing. it might come in handy while in college