As of May 8, there are 898 positive COVID-19 cases in Long Beach with 565 recoveries, officials said. Despite the continued increase in infection, Mayor Robert Garcia announced the first steps in reopening the economy set to begin Friday.
Author: Rachel Barnes
CSULB to hold virtual commencement this summer
Seniors will get the opportunity to participate in a virtual ceremony early this summer before a physical ceremony is held.
IN PHOTOS: First day of (online) school at CSULB
March 23 marks the beginning of “alternative instruction” at CSULB. The physical campus was mostly empty due to students and professors holding classes online.
CSULB dorms continue to clear out after email from Housing and Residential Life
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.
How CSULB tackles student homelessness and housing insecurity
In the CSU system, 53,000 students experience homelessness of some kind. Student club The Butterfly Effect and CSULB’s Basic Needs Program are taking steps to help solve the epidemic.
CSULB DreamCatchers president remembers Donald Webb after his death
Just last month Don got married to his partner of 22 years, Alva, as a part of his last wish granted by CSULB students. Three years ago he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and died on Feb. 9.
CSULB students help a man achieve his last wish
The Long Beach State chapter of the Hospice DreamCatcher Foundation helps organize a wedding to fulfill the dream of a man with stage four lung cancer.
Summarizing the open forums in the search for CSU chancellor
As the selection of a new chancellor for the CSU system draws near, faculty, staff and students of the 23 campuses have all offered their input on what the new chancellor should focus on.
Why I’d rather bubble in my answers than write them
I would rather take a multiple-choice final than any other kind of final.
Beverly Plaza apartments harassed by peeping Tom
Since January, the Long Beach Police Department has been receiving reports of a man peeking in the windows of women who live in the Beverly Plaza apartments.