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In a Q&A with the Daily Forty-Niner, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley reveals that fall semester will only have about 4% of faculty, staff and students in person. She also discussed her visions to maintain a healthy campus
A California nonprofit, Covid Clinic, has opened a rapid COVID-19 testing site that delivers results within 60 minutes at a cost of $150.
After months of deliberation, Assembly Bill 1460 has been signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Long Beach State introduced its new shark mascot, “Elbee,” via social media Monday after students voted over a year ago to replace the former mascot, Prospector Pete.
Two developments slated to house students, faculty and staff at an affordable rate have been abandoned due to a lack of funding and a change of hands in developers.
Long Beach State officials are working to ensure the safety of international students following ICE’s new regulations, announced Monday, while California leaders prepare to sue the Trump administration.
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.
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…]
Long Beach State began dumping excess dirt on Puvungna in fall 2019, a decision local tribes are still fighting.