Nov. 14, members of the U.S. Supreme Court met to hear arguments about whether the President has the ability to end the DACA program.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
The Senate shared student concerns that the university would drop the ball about updating the campus with new emergency locks.
The current rainstorm at the Beach leaves some students unprepared as they misjudged the severity of the stormy forecast.
Housing concerns, neighborhood noise complaints and new homeless shelter discussed at Long Beach City Council
Tuesday’s meeting has less community involvement than previous weeks as Long Beach City Council continues to address ongoing proposals.
“Phase Two” of repairs is in response to heavy rains last year that entered the structure.
The California Democratic Party held a three-day event in Long Beach Nov. 15 through 17 that gave delegates the opportunity to meet with political candidates.
The growing number of online courses offered at CSULB provides students with the opportunity of a flexible schedule and class availability, Conoley says.
Reports of a man with a knife and more cases of petty theft lead this week’s crime blotter report.
Over the weekend many big names in the Democratic Party came to Long Beach for the party convention.
Since January, the Long Beach Police Department has been receiving reports of a man peeking in the windows of women who live in the Beverly Plaza apartments.