One of the few industries that has remained open throughout the coronavirus pandemic, grocery workers have been propelled from minimum wage hourly associates to essential employees.
Author: Madalyn Amato
Almost to the one year anniversary of the dirt dumping on the sacred land of Puvungna, the Native community gathered to demonstrate for the land’s protection.
Native community continues to struggle with CSULB over Puvungna, access being restricted due to COVID-19 regulations
Native communities and Long Beach State continue to go back and forth over rights and access to the 22-acre parcel of land.
With concerns of further outbreak of the coronavirus, Long Beach State will be pausing in-person instruction for the next two weeks and reviewing the number of employees permitted on campus.
With the start of basketball season just a few weeks away, the National Collegiate Athletic Association announces new coronavirus testing policy for athletes, coaches and any affiliated personnel.
Joseph I. Castro has been named the California State University’s new chancellor after current Chancellor Timothy P. White delayed his initial retirement due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is mourned by thousands across the country. Mourners in Long Beach, California, took to the steps of the Gov. George Deukmejian Courthouse Sat. night to honor her memory.
Long Beach residents remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg at a vigil outside the Gov. George Deukmejian Courthouse on Saturday.
In the past week, at least three members of the press have been arrested by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies while documenting demonstrations throughout the city.
As fires burn up and down the West Coast, smoke rolls into Long Beach, creating unhealthy breathing conditions for the campus community.