For many international students and students studying abroad, mass confusion added to the panic of coronavirus. Long Beach State officials gave them an ultimatum; come home or get cut-off, students said.
Author: Daily Forty-Niner
The Daily Forty-Niner, in conjunction with the Long Beach Post, held a live-streamed conference with President Jane Close Conoley, April 9. Conoley answered COVID-19-related questions that were submitted by the Long Beach State community.
In a live interview with the Daily Forty-Niner and Long Beach Post, President Jane Close Conoley addresses the student body’s conoravirus-related questions and concerns.
As the school continues to deal with the ongoing threat of COVID-19, the 49er shops have decided to create provisional hours in the process, affecting more than a hundred student jobs.
As Long Beach State continues its transition to alternative teaching methods, some sense of normalcy was returned with the ASI elections.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, dormitory students were given an ultimatum. For many, returning home is not as easy as a yes or no decision.
Following the decision to cancel face-to-face instruction, here’s what the university is doing to make the transition.
A CSULB student alerted the University Police Department of being robbed at gunpoint in the Pyramid Parking Structure March 12 at approximately 4:20 p.m.
Aligning with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recommendations, all Long Beach events with more than 250 attendees or where attendees cannot maintain a six-foot distance from each other have been canceled.
Spectators will be allowed by invitation only “until further notice.”