While campus remains mostly empty, the University Police Department responds to reports of a burglary, student welfare check and suspicious activities.
Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events on campus and around Long Beach.
The Big West joins the Beach in establishing a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee.
As fires burn up and down the West Coast, smoke rolls into Long Beach, creating unhealthy breathing conditions for the campus community.
Long Beach State men’s basketball may participate in Paradise Jam tournament, COVID-19 regulations permitting
Long Beach State men’s basketball team may participate in Paradise Jam tournament in November if public health guidelines permit.
As Long Beach State looks ahead toward another virtual semester, students share their mixed feelings toward continuing with their education online.
Long Beach State athletics department stays afloat despite classes remaining virtual through spring 2021
Despite academics remaining online through the spring 2021 semester, Long Beach State athletics director Andy Fee said the department is still in good shape.
The Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps made plans Thursday to prepare students for the upcoming election with campaigns covering voter registration and mail-in voting, as well as climate change and racial justice issues.
Following the announcement made by CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White earlier in the afternoon, President Jane Close Conoley confirmed that Long Beach State will remain virtual through the spring semester.
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.