Some people are intimidated by sustainable fashion due to perfectionist expectations. While there may be “no ethical consumption under capitalism,” there are degrees of ethicality in which some actions are better than none.
Author: El Nicklin
Drumline competition keeps campus lively during spring break
This weekend, CSULB hosted the WGI Long Beach Regional, a competitive drumline event featuring some of the highest-ranking groups in the country.
Highlighting Noname: rapper, activist, book club organizer
In addition to being a poet, rapper and record producer, Noname also runs a book club that promotes books written by authors of color. Support Black creatives by following Noname and the Noname Book Club.
This Valentine’s Day, avoid watching “You’ve Got Mail”
You might be tempted to watch this Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks rom-com, but be warned. The ‘love story’ in “You’ve Got Mail” is anything but charming.
AAPI art exhibition open through Thursday night
Meet some of the artists featured in “Under the Same Sun,” an exhibition of AAPI art students. Viewing is open 12 – 5 p.m. through Thursday in the East Gatov Gallery on campus.
The switch from Beachboard to Canvas is a downgrade
Over the last year, CSULB has been slowly migrating its class portal software from Beachboard to Canvas. Here is a systematic look at some features lost by making the switch.
“Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” and its cultural significance
“Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” seamlessly spans across genres while tackling difficult topics of identity, mental illness, and the meaning of life.
Rare snowy owl draws crowds for weeks in Orange County neighborhood
Southern California’s first officially recorded snowy owl has been hanging out on Cypress rooftops just a 15-minute drive from The Beach. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has brought together a community of birders and other spectators.
Support a Family Business This Holiday Season: Todd’s Christmas Trees
It’s Christmas tree shopping season–what better time than now to support a woman-run family business?
Cheering for Sister Cindy is bad, even if you’re doing it ironically
When Sister Cindy visits The Beach, students greet the hateful preacher with smiles and applause. Consider the harm your attention is doing.