Raising a child is expensive, which is why many couples decide not to become parents. Instead, millennials would rather be plant parents or pet owners.
Author: Daniela Gonzalez
As students prepare for the rapidly approaching Halloween weekend, it is important to keep in mind all the dangers that can occur and to remember that safety is a priority.
Dancers will return to the stage for a live performance of “Variance,” a BFA concert featuring performances choreographed by CSULB students and faculty.
Devi’s Donuts and Sweets opened its doors to its new brick-and-mortar location in Long Beach at the end of April. Now, owners Eva and Tom Ognibene share their journey as they prove that vegan is just as tempting, and tasty, as anything else.
After over 90 years, history was made at this year’s Academy Awards as the first woman of color, and the second woman in history, won the Oscar for Best Directing.
As fall registration approaches, I decide if I should return to in-person classes or remain online for one more semester.
Respect Diversity Week continues with “Strategies for Resilience: Responding to Microaggressions,” where students are given tools and tips about how to call out microagressions and deal with the challenging experience.
In honor of National Puppy Day, Long Beach Animal Care Services and Live Love Animal Rescue share how finding forever homes for animals in their care has increased amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Elishebah Tate-Pulliam and Danielle Sandoval are among the first group of recipients of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s new African American Scholar Program, which is meant to support diversity in the field of marine sciences.
ASI senators from each college shared concerns that students have expressed in the past few weeks regarding issues like returning to face-to-face learning and the availability and distribution of coronavirus vaccines among members of the campus community.