The president’s promises have been followed with little action.
CSULB’s Forty-Niner Shops given $4 million from federal loan program to help stay afloat during pandemic
Over the span of a year, the nonprofit organization saw two separate disbursements of $2 million each to help with the coronavirus-induced financial losses.
In an effort to accommodate lower-income residents, the city is in the process of enforcing a policy that requires buildings to designate a certain percentage of units for affordable housing.
Long Beach State’s student government intends to bring back most student employees who were let go last year due to budget cuts stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach’s affordable housing crisis leads to growth of accessory dwelling units, impacting CSULB community
With limited student housing options, the city has begun seeing projects like the expansion of a single-family home into an 11-bedroom, 11-bathroom unit on El Roble Street.
This student says yes.
Under the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, Los Angeles County has now met the threshold to enter the yellow and final tier on May 6.
Over 44 million Americans hold $1.7 trillion in student debt. These numbers are only increasing, and COVID-19 isn’t helping.
University administrators remain committed to finding a solution for students, faculty and staff struggling to find an affordable place to live in Long Beach.
“We Got This: Art in the Time of the Pandemic” is on display at LBX, featuring pieces of art that center around life during the coronavirus pandemic.