Students express mixed opinions on how CSULB has handled COVID-19 protocols so far, and how the school should proceed next semester as more students are welcomed back to campus.
Author: Bella Arnold
Two Long Beach parents share their opinions on the COVID-19 vaccine and whether or not their children received the vaccine.
Shayna Meikle’s, journey to becoming a business owner started on her 21st birthday, the day she fell in love with roller-skating.
The booster shot has expanded its availability towards the general population, and some CSULB students give their perspective on the health recommendation.
As classes return to in-person instruction, the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center and resources for pregnant and parenting students suffer low engagement and limited capacity.
The website Everynoise shows what students from different universities are listening to, and it found that for CSULB students, alternative R&B and pop are some of the most popular genres of music for students.
The CSU and UC systems are awaiting formal approval of the COVID-19 vaccines by the FDA to officially require immunization to return to campus next semester.
Surviving the pandemic and doing it while practicing sustainability is no small task. But, Fine Feathers Kombucha has been able to adapt and grow from the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Brittany Olivia Logan, a Bob Cole Conservatory of Music alumna, won the Audience Choice Award for the Houston Grand Opera. Logan, a student at the University of Cincinnati, shares how she continued with her music education.
Pati Delmar released her single “I Could Be Your Only” in January 2021 complete with a music video. But her journey getting to this point has been a long time in the making.