The COVID-19 pandemic may have disrupted mine and my cousin’s birthday plans, but it did not stop our friends and family from coordinating surprise car parades. For me, this was more memorable than anything else that could have happened, pandemic or not.
Author: Paris Barraza
As of May 4, there are 768 positive COVID-19 cases in Long Beach with 475 recoveries, officials said. Mayor Robert Garcia said Long Beach will begin opening its economy as early as this Friday.
Since the suspension of in-person classes and closure of some facilities at Long Beach State due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students have taken to social media to voice concerns about where tuition and enrollment fees are going.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, dormitory students were given an ultimatum. For many, returning home is not as easy as a yes or no decision.
Director of housing and residential life, Cory Colonna said the dorms will remain open if classes transfer to online only.
The 26th Annual Long Beach State Step Show was an opportunity to remind youth of the endless possibilities of their future.
Attendees painted, ate and explained the importance of educating students on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The 360-degree virtual reality film was directed by anthropology professor Scott Wilson in collaboration with American Indian Studies professor Cindi Alvitre. For Wilson, the film was a way to immerse the CSULB community in its history with the sacred land.
From personal life trials to losing their former roller rink, the Badfish Roller Derby league always skates to the challenge.
Nicolas Lippa, a business engagement specialist for the city of Long Beach, taught students his three key professional tips to help them stand out from the competition and add value themselves.