The California State University system is facing a budget cut of $299 million from the state stemming from coronavirus-related impacts. According to CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White, the CSU faces a three-year financial challenge likely to include layoffs.
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‘Scholarship dollars are going to be tough to come by’: Long Beach State Athletics projects financial troubles
Long Beach State Athletic Director Andy Fee took to Zoom to address over 140 fans, students, coaches, boosters and media members about the state of the department amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives an update on Long Beach-related coronavirus news, including anticipated federal funding for Long Beach State, budget cuts and increased safety restrictions in the city.
Last week the Daily 49er wrote an article about the 2018 commencement changes. A quote from me stating that ‘we were the class of 2018 and it (commencement) was a disaster’ was an unfortunate attempt at humor. This phrase, especially when taken out of context, did not in any way[Read More…]
Letter to the Editor: President Jane Close Conoley Needs to Reinstate the Tradition that is Graduation
Life at Cal State Long Beach is pretty good; or at least it was until President Jane Close Conoley announced drastic changes to the commencement ceremonies. Among the changes are plans to move the ceremonies from the Quad to George Allen Field. Conoley told Academic Senate members that budget cuts[Read More…]
Less than four months away from 2018 graduation, thousands of Cal State Long Beach seniors were shocked to have the rug pulled out from under them after learning that live music would be cut from the ceremony and the original venue would be moved. When the changes to the 2018[Read More…]
Two days following the news that Cal State Long Beach’s commencement would be moving from the Central Quad to George Allen Field and go without live music due to budget cuts, over a thousand students had already signed a Change.org petition in response. “Save Commencement at CSULB” was published by[Read More…]
Members of the Academic Senate gathered with President Jane Close Conoley Thursday to discuss what a limited fiscal budget could mean for students and faculty. “I don’t see that we’ll be cutting, as much as we’ll be slowing down a lot of stuff,” Conoley said. “Most of our money is[Read More…]