The California Department of Public Health has announced a stay-at-home order effective this Saturday limiting nonessential activity during the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The order is set to last a month.
Author: Julia Terbeche
When applying to graduate school, students should strive to showcase their individuality and strengths in their personal statement and avoid oversharing unnecessary personal details.
Here are some qualities and qualifications that admission counselors like to see in grad school applicants.
Students considering pursuing a graduate degree will likely need to take a standardized test, like the GRE, so here are some things to keep in mind when preparing.
As Long Beach has resumed ticketing for street sweeping, residents facing COVID-19-related complications are able to ask for citation forgiveness until the end of the month.
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Students, faculty and staff at Long Beach State mourn the loss of Vahe Kludjian, a professor of civil engineering, who died in his classroom Oct. 16 after teaching a lab class that evening.
Despite instruction being mainly virtual across all 23 campuses, the California State University system has achieved all-time high enrollment for the fall 2020 term as well as record-high graduation rates under its graduation initiative.
An instructor at Long Beach State was found dead in their classroom by a fellow faculty member Saturday, Oct. 17.
Director of Housing and Residential Life Corry Colonna said that the department was notified one day prior to Southern California Edison’s scheduled outage, which is why residents were given late notice.