As campus remains mostly empty, the University Police Department responds to calls for an email scam, vandalism at Beachside Dining Hall and juveniles swimming in the Maxson Plaza fountain.
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Although Long Beach State is mostly empty this fall, the on-campus Amazon Hub Locker remains operating as an in-person, essential business for the Long Beach community.
Long Beach residents remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg at a vigil outside the Gov. George Deukmejian Courthouse on Saturday.
In its weekly pop-up event Friday, Associated Students, Inc. provided about 200 students with produce and non-perishables at its pop-up Beach Pantry program.
According to Vice Provost Jody Cormack, CSULB is likely to have a mix of online and face-to-face instruction for future semesters, as well as a minor increase in courses offered in person come spring.
Wary of a threat to Filipino American students, Associated Students, Inc.’s Lobby Corps shifted its focus on human rights violations in the Philippines during its meeting Thursday and proposed drafting a bill in support of the Philippine Human Rights Act.
Laptops, hotspots and an on-campus computer lab are meant to help Long Beach State students with technological needs.
Although the on-campus Beach Pantry remains closed for the fall, Long Beach State’s Associated Students, Inc. is continuing to provide students with access to the pantry’s services through a drive-through event each Friday afternoon.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate approved an equity inclusion plan at its meeting Wednesday that primarily focuses on supporting students of color and aims to create inclusivity for students of all races, genders and abilities.
After being restricted from practice, Long Beach State basketball returns to the blacktop