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Long Beach State administration has decided to postpone commencement registration until a ceremony model is decided on.
The Associated Students Inc. announced the newly elected officials on Thursday through Instagram Live.
Just days after initial announcements of plans to pursue an in-person graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020-21, administrators announce they are looking to move forward with confirming the plans.
The classes of 2020 and 2021 may see an in-person ceremony this spring as the state is looking to allow limited capacity gatherings starting April 1.
Documents show CSULB had intentions of creating parking lot on Puvungna despite claims made by administration
As the lawsuit against Long Beach State continues to move forward, newly obtained documents show that the university did have plans to build upon the sacred land.
MacBooks were reported stolen, an employee received a scam email from, seemingly, another university employee and a door stayed open in the middle of the night.
During Thursday’s virtual debate, Jesus Gonzalez and Shay Hashemi discussed their visions as student government leaders.
Robert Ortiz Archila, a CSULB graduate part of Project Rebound, has landed the Senate position.
Twelve students are in the running for student government positions, including three running for reelection.