Students shared their stories and heard tips on domestic violence prevention from guest speaker Pamela Jesse.
Author: Nikki Nelsen
Sustain U teaches students to decrease your ecological footprint with during the event.
Twenty-one unique candidates will be competing to win the presidential race.
Discrepancies found in the economic status of the Latino population in Long Beach presented to City Council Tuesday.
The program will provide housing stability to senior citizens, low income residents and individuals living in housing for the homeless.
As this busy semester comes to an end, students are in need of a calming distraction. A temporary escape can be found by taking care of plants. Grocery stores, farmer’s markets and hardware stores are stocked full of interesting plants that most students stray away from because they don’t think[Read More…]
According to ABC7, California experienced one of its wettest winters in the month of February alone, seeing enough rain to fill approximately 27 Olympic sized swimming pools. We enjoyed the cold weather and took countless Instagram pictures, but we barely conserved any of it. The amount of rainwater received in[Read More…]
Mariam Zinger resented the settlement’s fashion norms when she arrived in the Kibbutz, a rural Israeli city, wearing a bright red scarf that she used to tie up her hair. The people would not accept her into their settlement. The Kibbutz settlement in Israel followed strict rules when it came[Read More…]
The Afro-Latinx Festival at the Museum of Latin Art featured live music, ethnic dances, arts and crafts, food trucks and booths all geared to educate and celebrate people who identify as Afro-Latinx.
Long Beach State and the U.S. Coast Guard have partnered to offer two years of free tuition to students committed to joining the Coast Guard once they graduate. Campus President Jane Close Conoley and members of the U.S. Coast Guard met to sign the College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative Feb. 15[Read More…]