Panel features two CSULB professors as they discuss the importance of native areas and language
Author: Nicholas James
Students reflect on workforce incentives during the pandemic
Students reflect on the pros and cons of receiving “hero pay.”
President Biden speaks at LBCC, urges voters to support Newsom
President Joe Biden arrived in Long Beach to lend support to California Gov. Gavin Newsom ahead of the final day of voting
Chancellor Castro visits Long Beach State for first time, takes part in open forum
Chancellor Castro visited The Beach as part of his tour of all 23 campuses across the CSU system.
Administration reflects on pandemic struggles, welcomes back Beach community during annual meeting
Long Beach State President Jane Close Conoley and Provost Karyn Scissum Gunn hosted the in-person convocation after two years of online instruction.
CSULB’s Forty-Niner Shops given $4 million from federal loan program to help stay afloat during pandemic
Over the span of a year, the nonprofit organization saw two separate disbursements of $2 million each to help with the coronavirus-induced financial losses.
Students of Color Conference promotes togetherness in fight for social justice
Friday’s event hosted by ASI featured keynote speakers Angela Davis and Mikki Kendall as well as workshops.
Derek Chauvin convicted in murder of George Floyd
The former police officer was found guilty Tuesday on all three charges in the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Dear Congress, it is time to do something about gun control
Three mass shooting events within two weeks is a good enough indicator that action needs to be taken.
CSU Board of Trustees pushes for approval of senate bill allowing student athletes to receive compensation for their image
The Committee on Governmental Relations pushes for approval of Senate Bill 26 that will speed up Senate Bill 206, which looks to prevent a student athlete’s collegiate contract from interfering with their ability to receive compensation and prevent their scholarships or spot on their team from being revoked.