The class of 2020 is set to walk with the class of 2021 next May, President Jane Close Conoley announced Friday.
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.
Over 5,000 CSULB students have signed a petition to adjust the cost of tuition for the fall 2020 semester to remove fees for on-campus resources that students will be unable to access with instruction being delivered remotely.
In a video message Monday, President Conoley announced that at least the first part of the fall 2020 semester will be held virtually.
As the California State University system prepares for a mainly virtual semester, athletic director Andy Fee sits down with sports editor Mark Lindahl to discuss the future of the Beach.
I’m a senior at Long Beach State, studying Philosophy and Journalism. I have come to question the University’s decision to start classes online for the fall semester, and have taken some time to compile some statistics and thoughts regarding the matter.
In this final Beach Weekly special, host Manny Valladares sits down with Mark Lindahl, Ralston Dacanay, Robert Hollar, Teran Rodriguez, Cain Hernandez, and Ramon Alvarado to talk Long Beach State sports this year. Each writer also talks about what LBSU story they loved covering the most.
Long Beach State is beginning to work on a plan to safely integrate student athletes back on-campus.
In this two-part series, host Julia Terbeche sits downs with editors Madalyn Amato, Perry Continente, Paula Kiley and assistant editor Paris Barraza to talk about their favorite stories of this academic year.
With most sports comes physical contact. Golf is one of the few that can be played while adhering to social distancing and still provide plenty of competition viewers desire.