Long Beach State’s student government intends to bring back most student employees who were let go last year due to budget cuts stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Author: Daniel Pineda
Long Beach State reaches a milestone of almost 9,500 doses distributed on campus as it begins to administer the vaccine to students.
Russell Jeung spoke at a virtual event part of CSULB’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration on the recent hate crimes towards the AAPI community since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Social Justice Entrepreneurship Program is a four week workshop designed to teach business owners or those interested on how to turn a profit while supporting a community’s wellbeing.
“I Am: New Afro-Latinx Narratives,” is the latest online art exhibit on display at the Museum of Latin American Arts, which features artwork and interviews from Afro-Latinx artists.
CSULB has officially administered over 2,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and is currently working on providing second doses.
“HERland: Women Artists from the MOLAA Collection” is a virtual exhibition that features artwork that touch on themes of race, gender, equity and empowerment, all created by women.
Kayla Jolly, CSULB’s coordinator for sustainable transportation, discussed ways the Beach community can engage in environmentally friendly methods of transportation when returning to campus in the fall, during Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc. Senate meeting.