Some students expect to return to upgraded buildings next fall, but construction won’t begin until October at the earliest.
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With the sudden lack of childcare for female faculty on campus, female professors at CSULB worry over how they will balance research for their work with their toddlers at home.
In protest of the killing of Tyre Nichols, the Organization of Historically Oppressed Students held a demonstration on campus.
During a Lunar New Year celebration in Monterey Park, a mass shooting left 10 dead and 10 more injured who were sent to different local hospitals, the victims in various stages from stable to critical condition.
Budget cuts will not happen this year, but may come in the future if the downward trend in enrollment continues at CSULB
In order for Long Beach State students to graduate, a $100 fee is required to successfully submit an application.
Student leaders challenged the university’s propaganda to support a diverse student body by voicing their concerns over the university’s treatment of the multicultural resource center.
Although the university is working toward campus sustainability, Long Beach State infrastructure struggles to hold up against record-setting temperatures.
In a recent email from President Conoley, the university lifted restrictions on its mask mandate, no longer requiring the wearing of masks indoors.
President Jane Close Conoley says the university will continue to implement last semester’s mask mandate, adding that faculty are empowered, not required, to enforce masks in the classroom.