In the wake of changes to CSUs as a result of COVID-19, students are calling for CSU officials to intervene with stipends for lost jobs, reimbursements of student fees, free on-campus housing for the remainder of pandemic and more.
Although food and culture have long been at the heart of the city, rising rent and chain restaurants could change that.
After facing weeks of scrutiny, Mayor Garcia sits down with District Four residents to talk Long Beach issues.
President Conoley plans a new honors college to be a step-up from the University Honors Program. The new college will be an affordable, participatory honors experience for willing students, she said.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke about housing, gentrification, corporate lobbying and gun reform at a rally at Long Beach City College, Tuesday.
The LBSU president opened up with Beachside diners on food, housing and criticism.
Rates will rise for the first time in nine years.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State address to a joint session of the legislature at the state capitol in Sacramento Wednesday. “It was just over four weeks ago that I stood in front of this capitol and pledged to defend not just the California constitution[Read More…]
A 182 square foot “private, stylish, fully furnished Tiny House” was available for rent last week on Zillow, the Long Beach Post reported Friday. According to the seller, it had just about everything you need, except for space of course, for $1,675 a month. While this may seem like a[Read More…]
As student hunger increasingly becomes a concern at Long Beach State, the school has offered a way for dorm residents to donate meals from their plan to those in need since 2015. The Feed A Need event from Feb. 3 to 9 allows students who are struggling with food stability[Read More…]