As the nationwide epidemic continues to spread, Long Beach has warned individuals of location of possible contamination.
Author: Sol Mendez Hernandez
The university advises all students, staff and faculty to check up on their vaccinations after UCLA and CSULA experience measles outbreak.
LBSU found themselves looking for other places to sit as a swarm of bees took over a part of the University Student Union.
Project OCEAN offered resources for mental wellness
North Long Beach and Compton streets were left in a gridlock Wednesday after a sudden spring storm brought thunder, hail and a flash flood. After nearly two hours of heavy rain, parts of the I-710 between the I-405 and the highway 91 off-ramp were closed in both directions and left[Read More…]
Long Beach State’s Heating Hot Water Infrastructure Project was once again put on hold due to the constant downpour of rain. It was scheduled to be finished March 21, but is now set to be completed March 25. According to the campus Design and Construction page, the project is, “replacing[Read More…]
When a chemistry professor and a couple students tested campus water stations due to concerns over the water condition last year, Long Beach State found itself shutting off campus water fountains due to small traces of lead that were found. According to the Daily 49er, then Vice President of Administration[Read More…]