Long Beach locals come together in solidarity for workers rights on May Day.
Author: Brelio Lozano
The event brought together students and faculty to listen in on a debate on climate change.
The event brings together decades of individuals involved with the program.
The former face of the virtual world has come back to his old reality as Palmer Luckey, co-founder of Oculus, paid a short visit back to Long Beach State. Luckey spoke to a journalism class about his widely publicized career, gave his thoughts on current technological trends and provided students[Read More…]
A new report found that Long Beach State University has a $1.53 billion impact on local economies. Beacon Economics, an independent research and consulting firm, conducted the study as a way to measure the economic and fiscal impacts of LBSU on the greater Long Beach community. “California State University, Long[Read More…]
California Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State address to a joint session of the legislature at the state capitol in Sacramento Wednesday. “It was just over four weeks ago that I stood in front of this capitol and pledged to defend not just the California constitution[Read More…]
The Long Beach City Council was marred by a group of impassioned residents who pleaded to the board to make changes to the Long Beach animal adoption policy during Tuesday’s meeting. Advocates for the Long Beach Animal Care Services lined up one-by-one to vent their frustrations with the council, holding[Read More…]