After a year of lockdowns, Zoom classes and more, students share their experiences navigating mental health.
After a unique semester, summer is finally around the corner.
CSULB’s Forty-Niner Shops given $4 million from federal loan program to help stay afloat during pandemic
Over the span of a year, the nonprofit organization saw two separate disbursements of $2 million each to help with the coronavirus-induced financial losses.
In an effort to accommodate lower-income residents, the city is in the process of enforcing a policy that requires buildings to designate a certain percentage of units for affordable housing.
Long Beach State’s student government intends to bring back most student employees who were let go last year due to budget cuts stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Under the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, Los Angeles County has now met the threshold to enter the yellow and final tier on May 6.
Over 44 million Americans hold $1.7 trillion in student debt. These numbers are only increasing, and COVID-19 isn’t helping.
You can live here if you take two shots first.
It has been more than a year living through the pandemic and health officials are finally seeing positive results of numbers surrounding the coronavirus
As things appear to be getting back to normal, CSULB student Berenize Montoya takes a moment to look back at the past year.