Ashley Ramos will start her time as editor of the Daily Forty-Niner this fall.
Author: Madalyn Amato
Why I went vegan: An honest story
Veganism is still one of the hottest dietary trends, but why should you do it? Here’s why I did.
Community members come together in Cambodia Town to condemn hate against Asian Americans, create unity
Long Beach residents gather to remember those who were killed Tuesday and emphasize building stronger communities and unity.
Insulin is a right, not a luxury
A simple clear liquid holds the key to keeping me alive, but is utterly unattainable for many.
Documents show CSULB had intentions of creating parking lot on Puvungna despite claims made by administration
As the lawsuit against Long Beach State continues to move forward, newly obtained documents show that the university did have plans to build upon the sacred land.
Tribal groups across California join forces in fighting CSULB
As part of an ongoing battle, representatives from Native and other advocacy groups through the state have submitted a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom and California State University Board of Trustees to demand protection for Puvungna.
I’m a survivor, not a victim
Nearly 10 years after I was last assaulted, I’ve finally decided to own my experience publicly in an effort to begin healing.
Professional sports gross show of socio-economic disparity
As millions of Americans suffer job loss and monetary strife in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, billions of dollars continue to flow into the professional sports sector.
How to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Long Beach safely
As the love-based holiday approaches, here’s a list of things to do in Long Beach to celebrate and do so safely.
Suicide isn’t the answer
As more students report they are struggling with their mental health, it’s important to remember there is help out there.