Beach Weekly S11E2: Hurricane Hilary, India’s moon landing & more
Following the temporary closure of the Child and Family Center (CFC) on campus, program administrators announced its reopening beginning in 2025. However, faculty and staff expressed concern over the lack of alternative on-campus childcare programs for the next year and a half.
Chair of the Film and Electronic Arts, Adam Moore, is looking to make waves at The Beach with a renovated UTC in production and a new curriculum for incoming students.
Over the summer, CSULB’s campus had several construction projects completed, ranging from road repairs to building upgrades, with more projects in the works for the future.
Some students expect to return to upgraded buildings next fall, but construction won’t begin until October at the earliest.
As Long Beach State Athletics tackles the leaks and repairs needed for the Walter Pyramid, past repair estimates and damage could bring it down.
The outdoor classrooms will span across campus and stay available to any professor and student willing to use them.
Construction projects around the CSULB campus have been actively progressing with safety and access in mind for students.
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S10E12: CSULB road repairs, NPR quits Twitter & more
The University Student Union renovations will raise student USU fees once the project is complete.