Campus resources remained flexible for international students as they grappled with time zone differences when taking online classes back in their homeland.
Author: Maureen Linzaga
Values of togetherness resound more than ever during the 2023 Lunar New Year
The significance of the Lunar New Year which started on Jan. 22 is highlighted especially after recent devastating events on Asian communities.
ESL program bridges the learning gap for non-native English speakers
The ESL language and writing tutoring services works with students on their academic journey, giving the students the ability to proficiently communicate in English.
Prop 28 approval ensures funding for arts and music programs in public schools
Proposition 28 is one of three California propositions that passed in this year’s midterm elections.
MOLAA tells stories of Latin heritage through art and exhibits
The Museum of Latin American Art, voted by Long Beach State students as the “Best Place to Get Cultured,” is a museum dedicated to telling stories of Latin culture and history.
ASI commissioner to create pregnant and parenting student support programs
New ASI Commissioner for Pregnant and Parenting Students aims to establish better support groups, resources and representation for pregnant and parenting students.
Iranian athlete competing without a hijab sparks concerns for her safety
Iranian sport climber, Elnaz Rekabi, competed without a hijab during an international athletic competition amidst ongoing protests for Iranian women’s freedom against the mandatory Islamic dress code.
Rainbow-washing: Companies’ performative allyship is futile
Allyship limited to one month a year, done merely for publicity and profit, and without constant, genuine commitment to uplifting queer voices year-round does little for the community.
Hotline aids urgent mental health crisis situations
Students can access a crisis hotline whenever mental health needs arise.