Despite the decline in car thefts on Long Beach State’s campus, graduate student and victim Alvin Huynh feels University Police aren’t doing enough to address the issue.
Author: Emma Carlsen
Students may find the flexibility of online classes appealing, but these classes aren’t as beneficial as they may seem.
A student reported their car stolen from the inside of the Pyramid Parking Structure on Wednesday afternoon.
Even though prisoners are being punished for crimes, they shouldn’t be forced onto the front lines of disasters.
The Californian wildfires have reached Long Beach. Students have felt the effects of these fires.
The award-winning documentary captured audiences’ minds and hearts with its intimate look into a father-son relationship.
A mandate for more diversity in education can only be a good thing. Learning about marginalized communities is necessary for building a better future.
The contemporary dance show brought variety to the stage through student choreographed pieces.
Latinx Faculty and Staff Association gathered members of the Hispanic community Tuesday in response to the El Paso shooting and family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Single Sign-On reportedly went down around 1 p.m. on Wednesday. Information Technology is working on fixing the log-in issues.