Shifting culture is difficult, uncomfortable, but necessary and possible.
Author: Jireh Deng
Asians, the n-word isn’t ours to use, stop saying it
Let’s address the miseducation of anti-Blackness within the Asian American community.
Ode to my queerness: I’ll never stop “coming out”
I’m living in a non-linear timeline defined by my queerness.
Art belongs to all of us
Redefining who is allowed to consume, critique and create forms of self-expression.
Hey CSULB, listen to your students about grading for fall 2020
We need to honor these unprecedented times and allow students to choose a credit, no credit option.
Watching “Happiest Season” was the most unhappy time
This movie is less about “coming-out during the holidays” than all the “red flags when a significant other wants you to lie about yourself”.
CSULB town hall invites students to share challenges due to the coronavirus and alternative modes of instruction
The Center for Community Engagement holds a student town hall to address the economic and academic concerns of students of color during the pandemic.
‘We the People’ saved ourselves this election
Power resides with us, not from within the oval office.
Every vote counts
We can’t declare a winner until all votes are counted.
RECAP: The last presidential debate
The second and last presidential debate covered significantly more ground than the first due to new rules set on muting to allow each candidate uninterrupted time to answer.