Addressing the letter to the editor.
Author: Daily Forty-Niner
Long Beach State is one of the institutions of higher education that will be receiving shipments and begin distribution of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in the upcoming weeks, according to a faculty email set out Thursday.
After what Sen. Chuck Schumer called “a day that will live in infamy,” Long Beach State political science professors Jason Whitehead and Matt Lesenyie share their thoughts on the events that transpired.
Armed and angry supporters of the incumbent president forcibly occupied the U.S. Capitol in an apparent attempt to delay the confirmation hearing of President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
Students at Long Beach State share mixed reviews of the university-provided hotspots and their experiences with technology during the mainly virtual fall semester.
Professors and lecturers at Long Beach State share how they learned to teach virtually using university-provided training and other resources.
By: Teran Rodriguez and Matt Fields. Being a collegiate athlete is no easy task, as you have to keep physically and mentally in shape year-round while balancing out a healthy diet, juggling classes and planning out your calendar days ahead. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, most student athletes at Long[Read More…]
Faced with complications brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the university’s student organization and its auxiliaries has accounted for an income loss of over $2 million that has led to furloughs, restaurant closures and reduced operations expenses.
The Prison Education Program provides educational programs to the incarcerated community, but since the coronavirus pandemic, these students have had to adjust to new teaching methods. Although the experience has been challenging, volunteer teachers share why this program and education is worth it.
Counseling and Psychological Services at Long Beach State has seen fewer students seeking assistance this year, which Director Bongjoo Hwang feels may be due to a lack of in-person sessions.