Students will be walking on the playing field and crossing a stage in just over a month at Long Beach State’s spring 2021 commencement at Angel Stadium.
Author: Julia Terbeche
Graduating seniors will be able to walk onto the field during next month’s commencement ceremony, campus officials announced in an email Thursday.
Long Beach State has announced that students living in the dorms must show proof of a CDC-approved vaccine, according to Housing and Residential Life.
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As part of an ongoing letter exchange with the CSU, an attorney with the commission maintained that Long Beach State has yet to partake in proper consultation with the Native community.
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As Grad Week continues, graduates are able to purchase their commencement gear and can expect an email later this month to register for their 30-minute time slot in the caravan event.
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Very few classes were held online prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, though that number has grown to represent the vast majority of the Beach’s course sections.