The CSULB Catholic Newman Club isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from having religious meetings.
Dirtbags veterans Jacob Hughey and Calvin Estrada feel the social effects of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Manny Valladares breaks down the effects the coronavirus has had on student employees at Long Beach State, talking to workers from the University Dining Plaza’s Starbucks.
Although the Beach’s unconventional end to the season was not on their own terms, the program remains motivated to make a strong return.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, dormitory students were given an ultimatum. For many, returning home is not as easy as a yes or no decision.
Although younger generations will survive the virus, the people they pass it too might not. The elderly and immune-deficient are at serious risk.
The Associated Students Inc. Beach Pantry hosted a one-day pop-up market Tuesday to offer assistance to students after President Jane Close-Conoley sent out an email calling for the reduction of use to the University Student Union.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives you the latest updates regarding coronavirus at Long Beach State. Balster discusses information such as closures on campus, virtual instruction and social distancing. Sports analysts Manuel Valladares and Mark Lindahl discuss the future of LBSU athletics amidst COVID-19.
After consideration, the administration has decided to maintain social distancing standards for COVID-19 and not resume on-campus life for the spring semester.
Food will be distributed at the University Student Union west patio rather than the pantry’s normal location.