“The Daily Show” alumnus and host of Netflix’s “Patriot Act” joined Associated Students, Inc. to discuss how he pursued a career in the entertainment industry and what he is looking forward to doing next.
Author: Jose Roldan
Under the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, Los Angeles County has now met the threshold to enter the yellow and final tier on May 6.
Over 44 million Americans hold $1.7 trillion in student debt. These numbers are only increasing, and COVID-19 isn’t helping.
It has been more than a year living through the pandemic and health officials are finally seeing positive results of numbers surrounding the coronavirus
As states in the U.S. ease up their coronavirus restrictions, many college students are questioning whether they should stay home or go out to enjoy their break.
Quarantine and stay-at-home orders left students with plenty of time to spend at home this past year. For Emily Marin, Jia Ning Lim and Ryann Ippolito, they used their time to take their craft and turn it into an online business.
In comparison to CSUF and CSUN, Long Beach State falls short with its number of campus security cameras.
How apps like Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat are worsening the issue of body dysmorphia.
A look at three upcoming productions by Theatre Threshold at CSULB, including two original productions and an adaptation of a musical that premiered in the form of a podcast.
Distance learning has kept the CSULB community away from the campus. For those who have yet to visit, or just haven’t returned since spring 2020, here is a look at some recognizable on-campus art installations.