During Tuesday’s meeting, councilmembers voted to approve the recognition and celebration of the AAPI community during the month of May.
Author: Mikayla Schwartz
Local vendors turn out for an in-person market experience at 2nd & PCH
The Creative Communal Market was held on April 25, featuring small-business owners who shared their products for the Long Beach community to check out. For many vendors, in-person events like this market are critical for their business.
A look at beach pollution in Southern California
The trash left on beaches doesn’t just stay on the sand.
Long Beach expects replacement Pride lifeguard tower by mid-May ‘to have it here before Pride’
The city is planning to have its new rainbow lifeguard tower built by next month following the burning of the original landmark in March.
Students ‘take advantage’ of CSULB’s second spring break affected by COVID-19
Long Beach State students say they plan to use the time off to work, relax and catch up on schoolwork.
We need to mandate vaccines, as difficult it may be
Everyone needs to do their part in working toward herd immunity.
The 411 on feminism
Understanding the movement’s past sets people up for taking on the future.
Two-step verification: Easier than you think
After taking a second glance, the two-step verification process to log in to a student email is much easier than originally considered.
DACA recipients at CSULB say they are ‘happy but not fully content’ with Biden’s immigration proposal that would provide path to citizenship
Biden’s immigration proposal, if passed by Congress, would provide citizenship to DACA recipients, including students at CSULB.
Long Beach City Council approves Project Labor Agreement to support disadvantaged workers
Councilmembers unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday to establish a 10-year contract between the city and the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council.