As states in the U.S. ease up their coronavirus restrictions, many college students are questioning whether they should stay home or go out to enjoy their break.
Vaccination appointments for the first round of Long Beach State students will become available pending the arrival of more vaccine shipments.
Everyone needs to do their part in working toward herd immunity.
Long Beach City Council unanimously votes to condemn xenophobic acts, hatred toward Asian American and Pacific Islander communities
The 9-0 vote led to approve the resolution in order to stop hateful gestures and to ensure the AAPI feel safe during this challenging time.
A college student and parent reflecting on the shut down and campus reopening.
Long Beach to move into red tier Monday, allowing for indoor dining, gyms, movie theaters under limited capacity
The city will progress into the substantial risk category on March 15 under the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
As Grad Week continues, graduates are able to purchase their commencement gear and can expect an email later this month to register for their 30-minute time slot in the caravan event.
While the rest of the state has had difficulty with vaccine rollout, the city of Long Beach and Long Beach State have been pioneers in vaccine distribution.
Associated Students, Inc. Senators discussed which campus buildings can begin to open up starting in early March.
Very few classes were held online prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, though that number has grown to represent the vast majority of the Beach’s course sections.