As things appear to be getting back to normal, CSULB student Berenize Montoya takes a moment to look back at the past year.
Students within the arts have adapted to working virtually, but as in-person opportunities begin to return, it is integral that the arts aren’t left behind.
As the pandemic continues to financially affect many businesses, the Long Beach City Council voted 9-0 to loan $5 million to the Aquarium of the Pacific.
Very few classes were held online prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, though that number has grown to represent the vast majority of the Beach’s course sections.
Student Health Services aims to implement COVID-19 testing that yields quicker results as Long Beach State officials look to prevent further outbreaks on campus.
Maintaining community at a distance.
This story project was produced by interns from EdSource’s California Student Journalism Corps. As universities transitioned to online-learning to slow the spread of Covid-19, thousands of California college students flocked to their dorms, apartments or parents’ homes to continue their studies from the comfort of their bedrooms, wherever those were[Read More…]
One of the few industries that has remained open throughout the coronavirus pandemic, grocery workers have been propelled from minimum wage hourly associates to essential employees.
The Quarantine Diaries is an intimate perspective into how life has changed for individuals as a result of COVID-19. Pairing portraits of self-isolation and handwritten accounts of their experiences, the series gives an insight into the life of staying at home amidst the global pandemic.
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.