The pandemic has given people the desire to make a physical connection with photographs and music, leaving 2022 to usher in an analog renaissance.
ASI encountered a shortage of student employees but are hopeful to see an increase for spring 2022.
Students express mixed opinions on how CSULB has handled COVID-19 protocols so far, and how the school should proceed next semester as more students are welcomed back to campus.
Two Long Beach parents share their opinions on the COVID-19 vaccine and whether or not their children received the vaccine.
After more than a year of distance learning, it feels right to finally return to campus and in-person classes.
Some CSULB students benefited from isolation while others had major drawbacks, but all were greatly affected.
CSULB’s new updated policy now requires students to get tested once a month.
The university has a procedure in place when someone tests positive, but students and some faculty say they are getting mixed signals.
Students raise concerns about COVID-19 policies as the school wraps up its fifth week of the fall semester.
CSULB students reflect on the hobbies and talents they picked up during the COVID-19 pandemic, including art, sewing, crocheting, baking, playing tennis and more.