While members of the Indigenous community in Long Beach have taken to social media to protest the proposed construction plans of a parking lot on the 22-acre sacred site, university officials continue to refute the claims.
Author: Iman Palm
Unlike years prior, not many students are expressing excitement for Long Beach State’s upcoming commencement as officials plan to host a hybrid ceremony featuring a car parade.
The Long Beach State women’s basketball team has been practicing outdoors at the Rhodes Tennis Center after months of dealing with coronavirus-related restrictions. Outdoor practices began for the Beach’s basketball programs on Oct. 12. Regardless of weekly testing and new guidelines players have to now follow, including maintaining a social[Read More…]
Students at Long Beach State share mixed opinions about President Donald J. Trump being able to hold rallies that attract big crowds while the university still is unable to host in-person events, gatherings or potentially even a commencement ceremony.
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In the 36 years of Big West play, the Beach made an impact but failed to sustain itself.
Some students at Long Beach State have expressed concerns with professors’ accommodations for online exams, claiming strict testing rules are “unfair.”
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In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, housing officials at Long Beach State have implemented a mandatory two-week quarantine for Parkside College residents.
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