Student athlete families will receive first priority, while the remainder of tickets will be sold according to a tiered schedule.
As the pandemic continues to financially affect many businesses, the Long Beach City Council voted 9-0 to loan $5 million to the Aquarium of the Pacific.
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.
Long Beach Transit sees 99% decrease in revenue over four months after ‘not enforcing fare payment’ during coronavirus pandemic
To continue serving the community, Long Beach Transit has been operating under modified bus routes, abiding by health and safety guidelines and allowing passengers to ride for free throughout the pandemic.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said during a press conference that the state will no longer abide by the regional stay-at-home order and will instead follow the county-based tier model.
University officials announced Wednesday that Long Beach State will be again postponing its small number of approved face-to-face classes to March after first suspending the start date to Feb. 1.
California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White hosted “A Conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci” Friday to discuss vaccination, maintaining safety mandates and the “light at the end of the tunnel.”
Several hundred Long Beach residents gather Wednesday to protest continuing and changing coronavirus regulations in the city.
Students wishing to spend time with family this holiday break are being mandated to perform a 14-day quarantine upon returning back home.
Student Health Services at Long Beach State held a drive-thru event Tuesday to administer flu shots to the community in parking lot G1.