During its Tuesday meeting, the Long Beach City Council approved a proposal for the city manager to explore better ways to enforce local and statewide mask mandates.
Author: Jewel Sanchez
Approved Tuesday, the Long Beach City Council will be allocating $5 million of anticipated federal stimulus relief for helping restaurants, bars and breweries affected by coronavirus-related closures and health mandates.
Long Beach State’s program LEAP began fall 2020 and is working to increase Hispanic students in STEM-based careers through faculty mentorship, collaborative projects between departments and working with companies in the field.
Associated Students, Inc. at Long Beach State hosted a virtual panel discussion Monday with guest speakers to discuss how immigrant communities can be civically engaged and the systems put in place that prevent them from doing so.
CSULB’s Grupo Folklórico Mexica dances on at home to preserve folklórico and connect with their culture
Despite the struggles that come with virtual practices, the dancers of Grupo Folklórico Mexica have built an internal and cross-campus community to ensure that the traditional Mexican dance continues on.
Long Beach State has dropped from fifth place to seventh place in a competition to get students registered to vote, but Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps expressed confidence during its meeting Thursday that its issues campaign would help them pull ahead.
Wary of a threat to Filipino American students, Associated Students, Inc.’s Lobby Corps shifted its focus on human rights violations in the Philippines during its meeting Thursday and proposed drafting a bill in support of the Philippine Human Rights Act.
The Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps made plans Thursday to prepare students for the upcoming election with campaigns covering voter registration and mail-in voting, as well as climate change and racial justice issues.