Following an outbreak of COVID-19 on campus, all residential students who have tested positive or are considered at-risk for contraction are being forced to move into a quarantine space in Hillside College.
The housing office and the hillside service center have been temporarily relocated as part of the new residence halls being built.
The residential dining halls, along with other places on campus, have implemented new signs above waste bins to reflect waste changes. The waste bin installations are all part of “Waste Not,” LBSU’s campaign to go waste free by 2030. According to Campus Planning and Sustainability, 14 buildings on campus[Read More…]
Petty theft call resolved as an accident – Officers responded to a possible theft at the on-campus Hillside dining hall at 1:48 p.m. on Jan. 31. The subject who made the call reported a laptop and its carrying bag missing before determining that it may not have been a theft[Read More…]
Students living on campus in dorms such as Parkside or Hillside aren’t afraid to air out their dirty laundry as they express concerns about faulty washing machines and dryers. Many dorming students reported laundry machines breaking down often enough to inconvenience every residential hall, without any notice or warnings being[Read More…]
Late nights, loud roommates and questionable sounds coming from a neighbor’s dorm room. For some new students, the transition into residential life is full of unforeseen experiences, while for others, it is everything they expected. Cal State Long Beach dormitories Hillside and Parkside house most of those who use campus[Read More…]