Long Beach State students gathered on campus Saturday to protest the administration’s decision to not offer alternative grading options for the 2020-21 academic year.
Over 5,000 CSULB students have signed a petition to adjust the cost of tuition for the fall 2020 semester to remove fees for on-campus resources that students will be unable to access with instruction being delivered remotely.
Since the suspension of in-person classes and closure of some facilities at Long Beach State due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students have taken to social media to voice concerns about where tuition and enrollment fees are going.
Inspired by a U.S. culture class, student Lydia Mok is taking a stand against the SRWC policies on sports bras.
It ought to be a beautiful day in the Los Alamitos Beach neighborhood of Long Beach. The sky is cloudless and blue, the temperature is in the high ‘60s in the middle of January and the palm trees sway in the ocean breeze. But what is that sour smell? It[Read More…]