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The city has begun vaccinating healthcare workers and is moving onto the next group of at-risk individuals in the community, in line with county and CDC guidelines.
Native community hopes to implement memorandum of understanding with CSULB, Conoley says parking lot plans are “untrue”
Members of the Indigenous community in Long Beach will be meeting with a judge to move forward in their efforts to implement a memorandum of understanding with the university regarding the sacred site.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget for the 2021 fiscal year aims to support California’s higher education effort to reduce the equity and achievement gap and create financial relief programs for those impacted by the coronavirus.
Long Beach State is one of the institutions of higher education that will be receiving shipments and begin distribution of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in the upcoming weeks, according to a faculty email set out Thursday.
Armed and angry supporters of the incumbent president forcibly occupied the U.S. Capitol in an apparent attempt to delay the confirmation hearing of President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
The state’s Health and Human Services Agency announced a supplemental order to accompany the regional stay-at-home order, which was originally set to expire Dec. 21.
California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White hosted “A Conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci” Friday to discuss vaccination, maintaining safety mandates and the “light at the end of the tunnel.”
In comparison to other campuses in the California State University system, Long Beach State continues to maintain relatively low crime statistics.
A surge in positive cases of the coronavirus has caused the region’s intensive unit capacity to drop to zero as of Thursday.