Es ruidoso afuera. Megáfonos, chalecos de seguridad y pósters de todos los colores ensucian a la multitud de manifestantes. Cientos de voces gritan las mismas frases al unísono, caminando por las calles empedradas de Long Beach mientras el tráfico está atascado. Algunos pitan en molestia, otros en solidaridad. Para los[Read More…]
Author: Carlos Villicana
It’s noisy outside. Megaphones, safety vests and posters of all colors litter the crowd of marchers. Hundreds of voices chant the same phrases in unison, walking down the unevenly paved streets of Long Beach as traffic is jammed. Some honk in annoyance, others in solidarity. To longtime residents of the[Read More…]
Andre Clark, 44, es un hombre en Long Beach quien no tiene un hogar. Eventos de un día en la vida Clark se pueden ver en las fotos por Oscar Hernández.
Andre Clark, 44, is a man in Long Beach who is one of the many residents in the city who are homeless. Events in a day of Clark’s life are seen below. All photos shot by Oscar Hernandez.
A city as diverse as this one is bound to have great variety in its culinary offerings, and this logic carries through on the side outbound of Anaheim Street as much as it does across the well-known establishments nestled between downtown’s high-rises.
After four years at Long Beach State, health science major Dominick Martinez is attempting to transition into student government as Associated Students Inc. treasurer. He cites his experiences as building manager of the University Student Union and treasurer for the Sigma Chi fraternity, an organization which disassociated from the university[Read More…]
For current Associated Students Inc. Vice President Leen Almahdi, running to retain her office is a matter of finishing the work she has started and helping ASI’s new executive director transition into their role. Almahdi’s platform revolves around introducing and expanding existing services to address a variety of student needs.[Read More…]
It is absolutely worth listening to rhetoric, as it can be revelatory about how a candidate thinks. We cannot read a candidate’s mind, but examining what they have done can help reveal what they truly care about.
In this week’s podcast, Assistant News Editor James Chow interviews Special Projects Editor Carlos Villicana about the eight-story special issue on Long Beach State’s colleges. Villicana gives a sneak peak of each story, while giving his take on the process of putting the paper together. 2:24 College of Business 3:30[Read More…]