Long Beach State President Jane Close Conoley has announced that the university can expect to see nearly half its courses for the upcoming fall semester and a full return for the following spring.
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While members of the Indigenous community in Long Beach have taken to social media to protest the proposed construction plans of a parking lot on the 22-acre sacred site, university officials continue to refute the claims.
Due to the university’s decision to suspend face-to-face instruction, the Daily Forty-Niner will be suspending print production until further notice.
Some changes to the graduation ceremonies include more space for guest and students being able to keep their caps and gowns.
Friends, family and community members gathered at the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center Monday to remember the lives of the Awaida family who was killed in a car crash Halloween night.
The approval has started controversy with the NCAA as California schools will be eligible for play against unpaid schools. The bill will go into effect Jan. 1, 2023.
The Daily Forty-Niner sat down for a quick conversation with President Jane Close Conoley about campus growth, parking and the mascot.
PCSW advocates for women by making campus safer, more inclusive, and more communicative.
On April 16, the ASI Senate passed a resolution 21-0-1, commemorating the career of Dr. Joseph L. White and to support the Dr. Joseph L. White’s Legacy Memorial Project. The project proposes that CSULB President Jane Close Conoley name a building on campus to recognize Dr. White’s role as the[Read More…]
It’s 8 a.m. on a Friday and the semester is in full swing. A thin-framed, energetic, 43-year-old staff member is eagerly waiting to hit the sidewalks of lower campus. New Long Beach State Athletic Director Andy Fee looks through his thick, black-rimmed rectangle glasses to check his daily schedule one[Read More…]