After a unique semester, summer is finally around the corner.
Despite only 2.8% of classes being held in-person this fall, Long Beach State has over half of its buildings open on campus.
As finals loom ever closer Long Beach State students vent about their stress and share their favorite ways to unwind come the semester’s end.
After CSULB reduced the Thanksgiving holiday from five days to three, some students are deciding to skip class Monday and Tuesday that week. This is prompting CSULB professors to consider cancelling Monday and Tuesday classes altogether.
Returning to school after a long absence is hard. However, for many students, it helps them move past their high school self.
Middle schools and high schools throughout California will now have to begin at 8:00 a.m. or later due to SB 328.