Following the recent transition out of the purple and red tiers, local businesses see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Long Beach State has announced that students living in the dorms must show proof of a CDC-approved vaccine, according to Housing and Residential Life.
Long Beach State students say they plan to use the time off to work, relax and catch up on schoolwork.
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.
Newsom has misstepped in dealing with the pandemic, but recalling the California governor is not worth it.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Division of Student Affairs has decided not to have in-person cultural graduation celebrations.
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.
We were friends for almost 10 years, and now the friendship we shared is nonexistent.