Current and former Long Beach State students took to social media after news broke that the university’s statue of the once-esteemed mascot had been removed from its post in the middle of campus.
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Students attending universities in the U.S. that are conducting the fall 2020 semester online may be at risk of deportation, ICE announced Monday.
Long Beach State has implemented an option for students to select their preferred pronouns on their MyCSULB student portal.
Over 5,000 CSULB students have signed a petition to adjust the cost of tuition for the fall 2020 semester to remove fees for on-campus resources that students will be unable to access with instruction being delivered remotely.
CSULB’s Prospector Pete statue was removed from the LA5 plaza earlier than originally planned “in light of the renewed national conversation about anti-racism” according to President Jane Close Conoley.
Union General Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865 with his men and enforced the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the state’s 250,000 enslaved Africans and signaling an end to the Civil War, as explained by the Long Beach State Black faculty and staff community. Keith Claybrook, professor of[Read More…]
California Assembly Bill 1460 passed Thursday, meaning all CSU graduates will now have to fulfill a one-course requirement of ethnic studies to complete their degrees.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday to block President Trump’s attempt to end DACA in a major win for undocumented individuals across the country.
In a video message Monday, President Conoley announced that at least the first part of the fall 2020 semester will be held virtually.
Long Beach State began dumping excess dirt on Puvungna in fall 2019, a decision local tribes are still fighting.