Long Beach residents remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg at a vigil outside the Gov. George Deukmejian Courthouse on Saturday.
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The Long Beach City Council expands Open Streets Initiative, passes Interim Motel Conversion Ordinance
Councilmembers voted Tuesday evening to extend permits for outdoor businesses’ sidewalk expansions until the end of 2020, as well as to implement a program that would allow participating motels to act as transitional housing for individuals experiencing homelessness.
In the past week, at least three members of the press have been arrested by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies while documenting demonstrations throughout the city.
As fires burn up and down the West Coast, smoke rolls into Long Beach, creating unhealthy breathing conditions for the campus community.
After “careful consideration of a multitude of factors,” all 23 California State University campuses will remain online for the spring semester Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Thursday.
As the two-day academic strike comes to a close, professors and students give their thoughts and feedback on how the event impacted them.
After just months of deliberation, the Long Beach city council voted to approve a $2.6 billion budget which included cuts across the city, including to the Long Beach Police Department. Cuts, many argue, were made in the wrong areas.
Local activists gathered together to call for the defunding of the Long Beach Police Department at Recreation Park and near campus.
In an effort to “diversify the aerospace talent pipeline” and promote equality, Boeing Co. partners with the Long Beach College Promise.
Although many view Labor Day as a day to relax off from work, the day itself is rooted in the workers’ rights movement in America.