The dependency on technology is affecting health.
Author: Daily Forty-Niner
In recent years, Korean pop music has achieved a new level of popularity in the U.S. Members of the CSULB community weighed in on why they have become part of the obsession.
Over 300 students gathered at the Richard and Karen Carpenter Center for ‘An Evening With’ Rainn Wilson and Shabnum Mogharabi hosted by ASI’s Beach Pride Events.
Rainn Wilson and Shabnum Mogharabi draw crowds of students for ASI’s An Evening With event put on by Beach Pride Events.
The current rainstorm at the Beach leaves some students unprepared as they misjudged the severity of the stormy forecast.
The growing number of online courses offered at CSULB provides students with the opportunity of a flexible schedule and class availability, Conoley says.
Lee Brown, John Canalis and Austin Brumblay share their experience entering the role of EIC of the Daily Forty-Niner.
Wiccan culture continues to be mythicized as evil, a theory that some local practitioners want to debunk.
Former staff members of the Daily Forty-Niner share their stories of working in the newsroom and how it helped them get to where they are now working at the LA Times.
The Gerald M. Kline Innovation Space is a place where students can use 3D printers to create a variety of projects.