Despite 2,200 students and 220 student organizations attending last week’s online Week of Welcome, some transfer students are still struggling to find their place at Long Beach State.
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The Long Beach State athletics department held its first Beach Athletic Virtual Fun Run last weekend to raise money for the Beach Athletic Fund program. By coming together in a unique fashion, the event was able to raise over $15,000, nearly enough to support one full-year scholarship at the Beach.[Read More…]
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.
Los Angeles County health officials warn residents to plan for a safe long weekend in fear of another spike in COVID-19 cases.
The garden, originally located next to the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, will be moved to the lawn near the Health and Human Services building.
As the post-Labor Day scholar strike gains traction across the nation, CSULB shows its explicit support by presenting an event schedule and ways to participate in the teach-in on racial violence in America.
Under newly imposed regulations, the health center remains open for the fall semester and is offering “telehealth evaluations” in addition to routine services.