Restaurants and bars in downtown Long Beach learn how to adapt to an all-outdoor business as customers begin to return.
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Student parents adjust to the changes the pandemic brought to their lives, including the closure of the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, Zoom elementary school and new daily routines.
From a student attending classes while living in Taiwan to another living in the dorms, meet three first-year students at CSULB who are all adjusting to the virtual semester.
For students looking for safe dining options amid the pandemic, these five local restaurants offer a variety of options to chow down on.
CSULB graduate Jess Kung’s discusses the value of storytelling through different mediums and their documentary short “Faith Alone,” featured in KCET’s Fine Cut Festival meant for emerging filmmakers.
Students living on-campus adjust to an unusual dorming experience, which includes face masks, Zoom community events and an overall quiet environment.
The Daily Forty-Niner revisits Alex Bonilla, CSULB student and owner of Ground Hideout Coffee, for an update on how the Long Beach business is doing due to the pandemic and the civil unrest that occurred in the city early June.
A look at how students at CSULB go about their social lives during this stage of the coronavirus pandemic.
With the transition to virtual learning, fraternities and sororities at CSULB are learning how to run their chapters and recruit new members.
The first Long Beach Black Dance Festival started on Aug. 9, a week-long event created by The CRay Project for the Black community to celebrate their work as dancers and performers on a stage of their own, highlighting how dance is an artform that can be used to educate and make powerful statements.