The California State University held an online panel Tuesday to discuss Homelessness Awareness Week in an effort to promote solutions to housing and food insecurities faced by students in the 23-campus system.
Author: Nicholas James
Long Beach State faculty members describe their experiences with teaching online this fall in CSULB’s first-ever term held primarily virtually.
Rooted in ancient tradition, the fall holiday once used to mean more than gorging on candy and wearing glitter.
Student Health Services aims to implement COVID-19 testing that yields quicker results as Long Beach State officials look to prevent further outbreaks on campus.
As Long Beach State remains mostly empty this fall, the vending machines on campus, too, stay empty, resulting in a loss of revenue for the university.
CSULB campus officials not monitoring COVID-19 regulations, mask wearing or social distancing not being enforced
Although Long Beach State has implemented several health and safety regulations on campus, the University Police Department said of which are not being enforced.
In an effort to “diversify the aerospace talent pipeline” and promote equality, Boeing Co. partners with the Long Beach College Promise.
Even though campus remains mostly closed for the fall, the 49er Shops Bookstore continues to operate for face-to-face shopping.
CSULB’s GWAR Placement Exam will be waived for students who were registered for the canceled April exam, transfer students and students who earned more than 30 units by the end of spring 2020.
Long Beach State will not be refunding any student fees included in tuition that are related to on-campus activities and resources, according to campus administration.