In order to comply with health and safety protocols, the City of Long Beach highly encourages residents to protect themselves from the Omicron sub-variant BA.2 by getting vaccinated and wearing a mask.
Any off-campus news. Events that happen off-campus or news that affect/interest the greater Long Beach community fall under this category.
Due to the spread of the Omicron variant, CSULB’s spring semester started off online and impacted dorm living and parking permit packages.
The holiday season has begun, and airports are starting to get busy due to high numbers of passengers.
The Long Beach Transit Board of Directors approved to move forward with an 18-month pilot program that will provide participating K-12 schools and community college students unlimited rides.
The AIDS Walk was held in person in the city of Long Beach on Sunday, Nov. 14 to raise awareness towards communities affected by HIV.
Marine cleanup attendees gathered at the Harborlight Landing, a private dock near the Maya Hotel on Queens Way Drive, to remove the large amounts of trash and debris left in the water.
As the Long Beach Transit starts charging its bus passengers again, CSULB students have provided their perspectives towards this decision.
A recent increase in border arrests by U.S. authorities has people wondering if a pathway to citizenship will be made possible through the Biden administration.
In times of desperation, the best thing for someone’s well-being can be getting some fresh air. Long Beach has plenty of parks to walk around and enjoy the outdoors.
Long Beach Council approves single application process to benefit tenants and landlords with rental assistance
The unanimous vote led to creating a streamlined application process for city tenants and landlords struggling from the economic strains due to the COVID-19 pandemic.