Local activists gathered together to call for the defunding of the Long Beach Police Department at Recreation Park and near campus.
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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.
Los Angeles County health officials warn residents to plan for a safe long weekend in fear of another spike in COVID-19 cases.
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously to pass a pilot program ensuring a universal basic income program as a way to help residents who are facing financial issues exacerbated by the public health crisis.
With over 2,000 participants across the country, an academic strike is set to take place Sept. 8 and 9 as a way to stand up against racial injustice and promote structural change regarding violence and policing in America.
Long Beach State has had 66 cases of COVID-19 to date, virtual environment makes tracking “difficult” according to Conoley
In a study done by the New York Times, Long Beach State is shown to have had 66 cases of coronavirus to date.
In a split vote, Long Beach city council members voted not to join a Community Choice Energy program to provide 100% renewable energy to the city and will revisit the item next year.
Two vehicles collided in the intersection of West Campus Drive and East Seventh Street.
Along with three alumni, an assistant professor at CSULB contributed the data analysis for a report discussed at the Long Beach city council meeting on Aug. 11. The report focused on civil unrest in the community as well as declaring racism a public health crisis.