The athletic department gave its final presentation on the data they received from a survey in order to show why a fees increase is needed for its budget deficit.
Author: Nicholas Broadhead
Cocaine Bear’s rampage and comedy make for a fun trip
While Universal Pictures “Cocaine Bear” doesn’t have a grand, well developed plot line, the mindless violence and escapades make it an enjoyable ride.
Men’s basketball one-and-done at Big West Tournament
After trial and tribulations throughout the season, Long Beach State’s playoff season is cut short.
Athletics Department attempts to raise fee for all students
The Long Beach State Athletics Department is attempting to increase student fees in order to bridge its current budget deficit.
“The Whale” makes splashes in performance, but not story
While A24’s “The Whale” has some of the best acting in film for 2022, questions about the main characters motivation are what keep the story from reaching a classic film status.
Why hasn’t homophobia been ejected from the field?
Homophobia continues to take part in sports from both organizations and its communities. Even with outcry from those who support LGBTQ+ communities, these events continue to occur within the public eye.
Embracing my Mexican roots after years of neglecting them
Growing up mixed race but identifying as predominantly white made me realize that I buried my other half. This burial caused feelings of guilt and not being able to fit in.
UC strikes effective in creating change as ratified agreements are announced
Certain student employees’ demands were met as University of California administrators announced higher paying contracts and additional benefits for UAW 5810, excluding a majority of student union members in the process.
From Grandpa to Interim Athletics Director
After retiring back in 2020, former administration and finance employee Ted Kadowaki has returned to The Beach Athletics Department as the interim Athletics Director.
Rain, rain, come my way
The recent rain storm that hit Southern California has made me realize how much I have missed it.