CSULB professor’s discuss their thoughts on the Russian invasion of Ukraine last Thursday Feb. 24, as tensions continue to escalate.
Author: Daily Forty-Niner Staff
CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro resigns from his position after allegedly mishandling sexual harassment claims.
CSULB graduating seniors expressed concerns on how the commencement survey that was sent out on Tuesday leaned towards the socially distanced ceremony instead of a traditional one.
CSULB returns to online learning for the first two weeks of spring 2022 semester, amid concerns of rising Omicron variant cases
Many CSULB spring semester courses will be offered remotely until Monday, Feb. 7.
Long Beach community petition for the removal of CSULB professor after acts of sexual misconduct, harassment at former job
Several CSULB students and alumni have demanded former OCLF executive director, Julio Perez to be fired from Long Beach State due to several sexual misconduct workplace allegations.
The pandemic has increased food insecurity amongst college students, and some are not receiving the resources they need.
Former CSULB alumnus, Allison Borwell talks about how she became an SHS health educator at the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion.
The Long Beach Transit Board of Directors approved to move forward with an 18-month pilot program that will provide participating K-12 schools and community college students unlimited rides.
Orange County community urges firing of CSULB professor after acts of sexual misconduct, harassment at former job
Orange County residents demand Former OCLF executive director, Julio Perez to be fired from Long Beach State after several sexual harassment workplace allegations at his former job.
Long Beach State reaches settlement agreement that stops them from desecrating sacred Native American land
Long Beach State agreed to protect Puvungna on September 13. After 23 months of an ongoing lawsuit started Sept. 20, 2019 after CSULB dumped trash-laden dirt on Puvungna.