Campus resources remained flexible for international students as they grappled with time zone differences when taking online classes back in their homeland.
CSULB faculty, staff struggle to find new childcare after temporary closure of CFC
The announcement of the closure of the Child and Family Center for renovation without plans for relocation has left dozens of Long Beach State faculty and staff parents scrambling to find childcare options by the summer.
Letter to the Editor
CSULB Counselor Faculty member Kirstyn Chun responds to the upcoming closure of the Child and Family Center.
Beach Weekly S10E3: OHOS protest on campus, China’s spy balloon odyssey & more
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S10E3 – OHOS protest on campus, China’s spy balloon odyssey & more
Is CSULB lacking in campus events?
CSULB provides students with typical school events, but where is the variation that other universities have? Students tell it like it is.
The Nugget Grill and Pub reopens after being shut down for over two years
The Nugget Grill and Pub reopens its doors to the campus community after being closed due to the pandemic, acting as another long-awaited food option on campus.
SRWC participation spikes with enticing incentives and the pandemic
SRWC attendance is muscling past pre-pandemic numbers and officials are crediting student’s strong focus on mental health support, food and interactive ways to earn money for school.
Smorgasport to make comeback after COVID and postponement
After two years of the pandemic, on-campus carnival experience “Smorgasport,” safely returns for students to engage in different activities.
Lockdown in Paradise
One moment I was in Costa Rica studying abroad, and the next moment the world was shutting down in the midst of a national emergency.
President Conoley lifts mask mandate
In a recent email from President Conoley, the university lifted restrictions on its mask mandate, no longer requiring the wearing of masks indoors.