As instruction is conducted mainly virtually for the fall semester, four CSULB students decide not to return to the university until next year. For them, the loss of the in-person experience proved to be too great.
Tag: fall semester
Long Beach State students share their concerns and hopes for the new, virtual semester.
Despite many visible changes being made to Long Beach State, like construction on the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum and Parkside North Housing, the empty campus continues to be most noticeable.
The first day of fall semester kicked off on Monday to a quiet start as Long Beach State continues with alternative forms of instruction.
In a Q&A with the Daily Forty-Niner, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley reveals that fall semester will only have about 4% of faculty, staff and students in person. She also discussed her visions to maintain a healthy campus
In a video message Monday, President Conoley announced that at least the first part of the fall 2020 semester will be held virtually.
As the California State University system prepares for a mainly virtual semester, athletic director Andy Fee sits down with sports editor Mark Lindahl to discuss the future of the Beach.
Showered in radiant pink lights, surrounded by food trucks and carnival splendor, students arrived in droves from on-campus dormitories and parking lots,, to Associated Student Inc.’s most well-attended event of the year — Smorgasport. Lot E2 and the University Student Union were taken over by organization-run tables and carnival rides[Read More…]