Students and faculty demand a “safe space” after the campuswide shelter-in-place Oct. 7 forced many to construct makeshift barriers out of desks, chairs and projectors due to lack of locks on doors.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
A bike, a laptop, and a vehicle go missing in separate incidents to lead this week’s crime blotter report.
Long Beach Native American community rallies ‘Respect our past and our future’ during Indigenous People’s Day
At the JetBlue Long Beach Marathon Sunday, members of the Native community raised awareness about the administration’s discussions of adding a temporary parking lot at Puvungna.
Plans to build affordable housing in Downtown Long Beach are in the works, according to Garcia. His goal is to help Long Beach teachers and students.
The Genocide Awareness Project returns to campus after three years, causing students to protest the demonstration.
The Genocide Awareness Project returns to campus after three years to put on a 360-degree display of aborted fetuses victims of violence.
The Senate discussed procedures to expand accessibility on campus and help student outreach at Wednesday’s meeting.
The suspect, Prateek Devulpally, posted the bail amount of $50,000 and was released on Oct. 9.
Long Beach Unified School District’s decision to restrict after hours access to Fremont Elementary playground draws outrage from concerned parents.
Professors from the political science department spoke about the topics that the Supreme Court will be covering this year and how they relate to Long Beach State.