Associated Students, Inc. held a virtual event Thursday for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week to discuss the issue of food insecurity and homelessness among students in the California State University system prior to and during the coronavirus pandemic.
Author: Catherine Lima
According to ASI Executive Director Miles Nevin, the recycling center has been losing revenue over the past 10 years and ultimately closed due to even less income amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Staff and students at Long Beach State share how they are not letting the coronavirus pandemic get in the way of their Día de los Muertos celebrations.
Long Beach State, Fresno State and California State University, Humboldt host the second installment of Platform, featuring collaborative artists Cristobal Martinez and Kade L. Twist who discussed their journey on creating works of art through an “Indigenous lens” in Postcommodity.
Violent crimes against trans women of color are growing worldwide, due to misinformation and toxic masculinity. The Long Beach LGBTQ Center offers assistance to the transgender community by providing services, such as name and gender changes, to help alleviate some of the discrimination individuals may face.
Forms of Reparations: The Museum and Restorative Justice series featured artist lauren woods, who prefers to have their name lower cases, and curator Kimberli Meyer speak about their project that was once presented at the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum.
The road through college isn’t always an easy one, but there is hope at the end of the tunnel.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the virtual production “The Stranger” was made and what inspired the idea behind it.