Cal State Long Beach is bringing 16 classrooms with up to 400 seats to downtown Long Beach next year, the city announced Wednesday, March 20.
Seven high school seniors from Long Beach will be adding $1,500 to their college funds later this month, thanks to the Grand Prix Foundation of Long Beach.
From Hollywood to Washington, D.C., women are working to raise awareness of the need for gender equality. The national issue is evident on a local level in Long Beach, where authors, chefs, politicians, and educators all find ways to champion this cause.
On June 28 this year, it will be the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots — an event many pinpoint as the beginning of the Gay Rights movement in the United States.
The city’s small business owners feel less optimistic about 2019 than they have for the past few years, according to a study released by California State University, Long Beach.
Students at Long Beach Polytechnic High School won prizes for documentaries in C-SPAN's national 2019 StudentCam competition, it was announced today, Thursday.
Charlie the sea otter partied hard for his birthday Saturday, March 2 — scarfing down blue seafood cupcakes with his friends at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach.
Long Beach State University enrolled nearly 3,800 transfer students for the Fall 2017 term, a number that placed the campus among the top 10 in the country, according to a release.
Students from two Long Beach middle schools participated last weekend in a global youth pollution summit at Dana Point hosted by Algalita Marine Research Foundation, a nonprofit based in Long Beach.
Historian Dr. Craig Hendricks and actress Lucy Daggett are teaming up again for the Long Beach Historical Society, this time to talk Chrome.
Tiffany Milohov was fascinated with shows like “Dr. G” and “First 48 Hours” and knew her career path from an early age. Ditto for Courtney Richards — she told her parents at the age of 3 what she wanted to be.
Long Beach's Assemblyman Patrick O'Donnell (D-70) introduced a bill Monday that would increase funding for K-12 vocational/career technical education by $150 million.
Long Beach area YMCA preschools are looking for a few good readers this Friday as part of the National Education Association's Read Across America Day.
College students can receive free education, salary, and benefits during their junior and senior years, thanks to the College Student Pre-Commitment Initiative (CSPI) at Long Beach State University. This opportunity is the result of a partnership between LBSU and the United States Coast Guar…
Talented student artists from the Long Beach Unified School District are currently on display at the 35th annual Norman Gottlieb Youth Art Show at the Alpert Jewish Community Center.
Cal State Long Beach's Department of Physics and Astronomy has more than tripled the number of students there in the last five years, and was honored recently for conferring a BS degree in physics to more women than anywhere else in the country.
Later this month, Long Beach City College will host the 2019 California Mayor’s Cyber Cup, a competition in which middle and high school students team up to solve cyber vulnerabilities in an infrastructure scenario.
“Audre Lorde: A Catalyst for Change” is a celebration of the life, work and influence of Black lesbian feminist and activist Audre Lorde (1934-1992).
Air quality regulators issued violations against Long Beach Unified School District and one of its contractors this week, after workers used a diesel generator near classrooms at Lowell Elementary School.
Legos, robotics and international relations will merge when the inaugural Leading Edge Multi-National Games come to Long Beach in February.
In 1784, John Temple married into the Nieto family — and a 27,000-acre ranch eventually called Rancho Los Cerritos. Temple built an adobe home on ranch property that year.
In February, the new Port of Long Beach Maritime Center of Excellence at Long Beach City College will offer an array of classes on global logistics and supply chains.
An annual event is celebrating African American history through music, art, authentic cultural artifacts and more.
Long Beach State University's Center for Health Equity Research at Long Beach State University will conduct a three-year study with a goal of reducing or preventing tobacco and cannabis use among a specific group of young adults.
Students who work or volunteer at any Long Beach Public Library branch can apply now for two different scholarship opportunities presented by the Friends of the Long Beach Public Library.
Colored pencils, markers and digital art apps are just some of the mediums high school senior Ahmad Ali, 17, uses to create his own world of art. From the age of 3, Ali copied the cartoon designs of characters from TV shows.
WomenShelter of Long Beach, the oldest nonprofit in the city dealing with victims of domestic violence, will offer a 40-hour training program to develop more counselors and advocates.
Cal State Long Beach spokeswoman Terri Carbaugh on Tuesday, Jan. 15, announced that it was her last day at “The Beach,” as she is leaving for Brandman University in Irvine to become vice chancellor of public affairs.
Long Beach's higher education establishments went face to face with some changes and challenges in 2018. Here's an overview of some big — and small — things that happened last year at California State University, Long Beach, and Long Beach City College.
The Age-Friendly University Network (AFU) invites higher education institutions around the world to publicly promote age-friendly policies. Long Beach State University recently joined AFU, although the school already has a long-standing history of support for the older adult community.
Today, there are about 3,100 youngsters involved in some phase of the Boy Scouts in the Long Beach Area Council's jurisdiction. That includes Lakewood, Signal Hill, Bellflower and Avalon.
Belmont Shore-based Rough Writers Toastmasters Club will host a party in mid-January to help launch "Public Speaking Super Powers," a book by Carma Spence.