Although a massive step forward in a progressive direction, Roe v. Wade did not begin or end the fight for reproductive rights.
Raise a glass to the end of the year, and pour one out for the suffering we’ve all endured.
The California State University held its virtual launch Tuesday morning for the CSU Center to Close Opportunity Gaps that intends to eliminate equity gaps found in education. Currently in development, the program was chosen to be hosted at Long Beach State’s campus.
As the majority of students attend classes from home, Long Beach State moves forward with $3 million door lock renovations in response to raised concerns over student and staff safety.
Long Beach State’s voting center is expecting a large turnout on Election Day, according to Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps.
I never thought I’d miss the shuffling between knees in a crammed lecture hall, or the speed-walking between classes to avoid being late.
A guide to 2020 election propositions.
While Long Beach State continues with virtual instruction for the 2020-21 academic year, the on-campus Amazon@the Beach Hub Locker remains open for the community to receive essential items amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A guide to the 2020 election ballot
Long Beach City Council voted to adopt a $2.6 billion budget for the 2021 fiscal year Tuesday night, but some residents were still left feeling unsettled by the lack of cuts to the Long Beach Police Department.