Even though many functions of the university have shut down, a small group of essential workers remain on campus.
Author: Reina Esparza
Unfortunately, being sheltered at home with all the resources someone needs is not a reality for everyone. Being protected during this pandemic is a privilege not all can afford.
A cart collision, a man reported shouting and a projector is reported stolen in this week’s blotter.
Cars speeding through parking lots, bike riders doing tricks and late night trumpet music are in this week’s blotter.
Crime Blotter: A truck hits a planter, cart goes for a joy ride and an incident of indecent exposure
A run-over planter, a joy ride and indecent exposure are in this week’s blotter.
A bicycle group causes a disturbance, two students fight over a parking space and a squirrel inside faculty offices are in this week’s blotter.
The Long Beach Health Department brought a mobile HIV testing clinic to help spread awareness and provide resources to students.
Threatening messages, a dog in a car and a washer theft are in this week’s blotter.
A music disturbance and an elevator emergency highlighted the UPD crime log this week.