Ryan Chu, an alumni from Long Beach State who majored in animation, directed the film “Deep Fears” as a tribute to his mother, which has since gone on to collect over 50 accolades from film competitions and festivals.
Author: Abel Reyes
Ryan Chu, an alumnus from Long Beach State who majored in animation, directed the film “Deep Fears” as a tribute to his mother, which has since gone on to collect over 50 accolades from film competitions and festivals.
While in-person athletics at Long Beach State’s have been on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, CSULB’s esports Association has had over 100 competitive matches since the fall semester began.
Kelly Juarez was hired at Pixar before she graduated at Long Beach State. Now she is working on Pixar’s upcoming film “Luca.”
With a total of 1,777 student voter registrations ahead of Election Day, CSULB was the runner up in the 2020 competition to California State University, Fullerton.
Long Beach State was the third team ever to win a national moot court championship, striving to regain its title at the 2021 American Moot Court Association National Tournament.
Colleges across the U.S. hosted election watch parties over Zoom for students, but the slow process of counting votes has made the tradition less of a party.
Although illustration and animation majors’ work may be solitary, virtual classes have challenged the student community as well as the professors who lead Zoom classrooms.
Students who are studying abroad need to have more opportunities to succeed in their courses and Long Beach State needs to keep up with them. It cannot be the other way around.
Long Beach State is potentially looking at lower international student enrollment next academic year, even with current overall enrollment at an all-time high.