After Housing and Residential Life notified on-campus residents of a next-day power outage in the dorms from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., students are left feeling unprepared and irritated.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
LA residents affected by environmental pollution march against Exide’s abandonment of recycling plant
A court ruling approved in a Delaware bankruptcy court allowed Exide, a toxic battery recycling plant, to abandon its facility, leaving taxpayers with cleanup costs.
Student leaders discuss how Proposition 16 will bring positive changes to higher education through affirmative action
Student leaders from all three of California’s higher education public school systems gather for the first time Friday for a student town hall on Proposition 16.
Although California may be set in supporting the Democratic candidate, some students at CSULB don’t plan to follow suit.
Election years can be a divisive time normally, but a combination of the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting increase in user activity on social media, 2020 has seen a rise in hostility among individuals with opposing views.
Professors across all departments at Long Beach State handed out an average of 13% more As in the spring 2020 semester compared to spring of 2019.
A mobile ballot center is providing access for the homeless community in Long Beach to have an opportunity to cast their ballots eight days before Election Day.
Student Health Services aims to implement COVID-19 testing that yields quicker results as Long Beach State officials look to prevent further outbreaks on campus.
As Long Beach State continues with remote learning next spring, the traditional in-person commencement ceremony looks toward another potential postponement.
These changes, which went into effect on Aug. 14, limit campus authorities’ ability to investigate and resolve cases of misconduct.