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Graduation at Angel Stadium is the eighth iteration of ceremony planning since spring 2020. The commencement team had nine weeks to do nine months’ worth of work to make it happen.
Here is a map showing different apartment buildings and their rents and proximity to campus.
A study conducted by the Hope Center found that 15% of students at four-year universities have experienced homelessness as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
University police officers respond to reports of a stolen bike, graffiti and fire extinguishers being tampered with on campus.
CSULB’s Forty-Niner Shops given $4 million from federal loan program to help stay afloat during pandemic
Over the span of a year, the nonprofit organization saw two separate disbursements of $2 million each to help with the coronavirus-induced financial losses.
In an effort to accommodate lower-income residents, the city is in the process of enforcing a policy that requires buildings to designate a certain percentage of units for affordable housing.
Long Beach State’s student government intends to bring back most student employees who were let go last year due to budget cuts stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach’s affordable housing crisis leads to growth of accessory dwelling units, impacting CSULB community
With limited student housing options, the city has begun seeing projects like the expansion of a single-family home into an 11-bedroom, 11-bathroom unit on El Roble Street.