Here are five films to occupy CSULB students’ imaginations in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Although seniors of the university athletics department have the possibility of regaining eligibility after the lost spring 2020 season, the seniors on club teams will likely see an early retirement.
Despite the threat of COVID-19, scarce resources and an economy in freefall, many people are coming together
The moratorium applies to any non-payment evictions March 4 to May 31. Residents have until Nov. 30 to pay back rent owed.
University officials report first confirmed cases of COVID-19 affecting the campus community.
March 23 marks the beginning of “alternative instruction” at CSULB. The physical campus was mostly empty due to students and professors holding classes online.
The CSULB Catholic Newman Club isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from having religious meetings.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, dormitory students were given an ultimatum. For many, returning home is not as easy as a yes or no decision.
All dorm residents are now being required to move out completely by March 27. If a student cannot meet that deadline, they must request an extension to stay.