The trauma packs will be scattered all throughout campus in stations where AED kits are already installed.
Author: Cheantay Jensen
Cuando se trata de arte callejera, Long Beach es una ciudad saturada. Uno no necesita aventurarse lejos de la universidad para encontrar obras gigantescas. Dispersos por toda la ciudad hay murales gigantes pintadas en complejos de apartamentos, negocios locales y en el paso subterráneo de la autopista, puentes y paredes[Read More…]
When it comes to street art, Long Beach is a saturated city. One doesn’t need to venture far from campus to find gargantuan masterpieces. Scattered throughout the city are giant murals painted onto multi-level apartment complexes, splayed on the sides of local businesses and stenciled throughout freeway underpasses, bridges and[Read More…]
As a first generation Mexican-American, 21-year-old political science major Lizbeth Velasquez is the first in her family of five to attend college. As a low income, working student who has had to overcome accessibility and financial hurdles of her own, Velasquez is making it her mission to advocate for food[Read More…]
The debate over the mascot of Long Beach State has been grounded in the racial tensions surrounding the contentious legacy of prospectors in California for decades. “The American Indian Community at LBSU has been protesting the 49er Days [events] and Prospector Pete for the past 50 years,” said Craig Stone,[Read More…]