The Women’s and Gender Equity Center hosts a menstrual product donation drive to help end period poverty on campus.
Any off-campus news. Events that happen off-campus or news that affect/interest the greater Long Beach community fall under this category.
An incumbent L.A. County sheriff was unseated for the second time in a hundred years.
Long Beach Memorial and CSULB have plans to open a community clinic by 2026 to serve the local community.
Rex Richardson overtook Suzie Price during the 2022 mayoral election, becoming Long Beach’s first Black mayor.
L.A. Metro’s end-of-line policy has been blamed for Long Beach’s growing homeless population.
Long Beach will create a police oversight commission after residents voted to pass Measure E.
After a contentious election day in LA County, the results are in for California propositions.
Long Beach State alumnus Robert Garcia was elected to sit in Congress as a representative for California’s 42nd congressional district.
As rainfall hits Southern California over the next couple of days, a rain advisory may force beaches to prohibit anyone from entering the water.
Since the release of L.A. City Council members’ private and racist conversation from Oct. 9, communities in the area are having a greater conversation about who they want in office, as well as who they’d like to elect out.