Although Long Beach State is mostly empty this fall, the on-campus Amazon Hub Locker remains operating as an in-person, essential business for the Long Beach community.
In its weekly pop-up event Friday, Associated Students, Inc. provided about 200 students with produce and non-perishables at its pop-up Beach Pantry program.
Student parents adjust to the changes the pandemic brought to their lives, including the closure of the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, Zoom elementary school and new daily routines.
West Coast fires and a pandemic continues to hold us hostage in our homes; the thoughts of a trapped student.
According to Vice Provost Jody Cormack, CSULB is likely to have a mix of online and face-to-face instruction for future semesters, as well as a minor increase in courses offered in person come spring.
Wary of a threat to Filipino American students, Associated Students, Inc.’s Lobby Corps shifted its focus on human rights violations in the Philippines during its meeting Thursday and proposed drafting a bill in support of the Philippine Human Rights Act.
Laptops, hotspots and an on-campus computer lab are meant to help Long Beach State students with technological needs.
Although the on-campus Beach Pantry remains closed for the fall, Long Beach State’s Associated Students, Inc. is continuing to provide students with access to the pantry’s services through a drive-through event each Friday afternoon.
Long Beach State’s cycling club continues to stay connected despite remaining separated due to coronavirus regulations.
Yes, diversity matters off camera too.