Choreographer Kyle Abraham and A.I.M dance company performed their piece ‘An Untitled Love’ at the Carpenter Center with the hopes to bring representations of Black love, joy and struggles onto the stage.
Author: Christina Merino
As we enter another year of the pandemic, we have to acknowledge the changes that it has caused, not only to the outside world but to ourselves as well.
After working hard up to the final round, the CSULB Moot Court earned the national championship title at this year’s AMCA.
Graduates share their personal statements on how they feel about not having the graduation they were looking forward to throughout their educational careers.
As the omicron variant of COVID-19 surged and the start of the Spring 2022 semester approached, CSULB announced the first two weeks of classes would be held online. Students share their thoughts on this decision.
Helping people pay for the fees needed to adopt a pet and providing care for pets in need are just a few of the many things that FOLBA does for the Long Beach community.
When looking for a place to eat, shop and have fun, 2nd & PCH is a shopping center for CSULB students and the Long Beach community to experience.
The Long Beach Exchange prides itself in providing its guests with an experience of curated art, food, design, fashion, and more.
In times of desperation, the best thing for someone’s well-being can be getting some fresh air. Long Beach has plenty of parks to walk around and enjoy the outdoors.
Long Beach Council approves single application process to benefit tenants and landlords with rental assistance
The unanimous vote led to creating a streamlined application process for city tenants and landlords struggling from the economic strains due to the COVID-19 pandemic.