Dozens gathered at Marina Vista Park in Long Beach to celebrate Black History Month and march for justice.
Author: Julia Terbeche
Students in the accounting department will be providing free tax filing services until March 26, with a virtual kickoff event Saturday. Feb. 20.
Members of the local Indigenous community participated in a ceremonial prayer on Puvungna Sunday, Feb. 14 to honor the land and each other.
The CSSA discussed acknowledging Indigenous land, prioritizing mental health support and reforming campus police during its meeting Saturday morning.
Long Beach Transit sees 99% decrease in revenue over four months after ‘not enforcing fare payment’ during coronavirus pandemic
To continue serving the community, Long Beach Transit has been operating under modified bus routes, abiding by health and safety guidelines and allowing passengers to ride for free throughout the pandemic.
California State University Chancellor Joseph I. Castro discussed his priorities and plans for returning to in-person instruction in the fall, increasing faculty diversity and removing the equity gap in the system’s Graduation Initiative 2025.
Beth Lesen, vice president for student affairs, announced in an email that the university has received a shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Students graduating from the classes of 2020 and 2021 must register online for a vehicle ticket and will select their 30-minute time slot within their pre-selected day in line with their college of study.
Asjia Garner, a graduate from the class of 2019 at Long Beach State, is working as the new communications coordinator for the first lady.
Students, faculty and staff at CSULB who have pre-registered for vaccination should expect an email to make an appointment
Kimberly Fodran, Long Beach State’s medical director, encourages the Beach community to receive the vaccine as soon as possible, whether it be through the campus or one’s city of residence.