Students and faculty demand a “safe space” after the campuswide shelter-in-place Oct. 7 forced many to construct makeshift barriers out of desks, chairs and projectors due to lack of locks on doors.
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As someone with a family member attending Long Beach State, I am gravely concerned that school administration does not appear to be taking the Oct. 7 shelter-in-place emergency seriously enough.
President Conoley celebrates Long Beach State’s 70th anniversary with the Daily Forty-Niner.
ASI directors and senators heard comments about the university using Puvungna as a dumping ground, despite its status as a National Registered Historic Place at CSULB.
CSULB in talks to put 500 temporary parking spots on the 22-acre parcel.
Long Beach State’s inconsistent holiday breaks causes confusion among students.
President Jane Close Conoley and the University Police Department’s Captain Rick Goodwin have confirmed there are on-going discussions about cameras being placed in campus parking structures.
On Wednesday night President Conoley tweeted, “Actually we are not the Sharks…”
President Jane Close Conoley tweeted that the Long Beach State mascot is not the shark despite the recent vote. Students offer their opinions on the decision.
The 2019 convocation recapped CSULB’s achievements over the past year and provided a glimpse towards where the campus will be by 2030.