CSULB students share photos of their decorated caps with the Daily Forty-Niner, complete with quotes, humor and lots of color to celebrate their success visually.
Author: Paris Barraza
Artists adapting to the pandemic
Students within the arts have adapted to working virtually, but as in-person opportunities begin to return, it is integral that the arts aren’t left behind.
Actress Kelly Marie Tran talks reclaiming her culture, believing ‘impossible things are possible’ to CSULB students
In Associated Students, Inc.’s latest installment of “An Evening With,” actress Kelly Marie Tran, well-known for her work in the “Star Wars” trilogy and “Raya and the Last Dragon,” shared how she is contributing to the world she wants to live in and how she is celebrating her identity.
Bob Cole, Film and Electronic Arts Department share in-person opportunities for fall 2021
As CSULB offers more in-person classes for fall 2021, Bob Cole Conservatory of Music and the Film and Electronic Arts Department share more about what students may have access to next semester beyond in-person instruction.
Chrissy King talks The Body Liberation Project at CSULB’s Love Your Body Week
Writer, speaker and fitness and strength coach Chrissy King shares the importance of loving your body, not as a means to get to a certain size but instead to live freely, a journey that King has spent many years working towards.
A racist history: Contextualizing anti-Asian sentiments in the U.S.
A look at how the United States has historically treated Asian communities, internally and externally, fueling centuries worth of prejudice, racism and violence we now see in action today.
Celebrate with ASI’s virtual Queer Prom, going live Friday
Find out what you need to know about attending Associated Students, Inc.’s Queer Pride, which continues with its virtual format April 9 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Former CSULB student is creating an original show to create inclusivity in entertainment
Jonathan Aldridge, who goes by the name AJ Billions professionally and personally, is in the process of getting his show “Minorities” picked up. It’s the latest project for Aldridge, who as a child, dreamed of being in the entertainment industry.
Bob Cole Conservatory of Music raises $40,295 for student scholarship fund
March 31 marked the end of Bob Cole Conservatory of Music’s BeachFunder, which raised $40,295 to offset the projected $100,000 loss in scholarship money. The loss comes as a result of canceled live performances due to the coronavirus pandemic.
International Transgender Day of Visibility: Resources for the Long Beach Community
In honor of the 12th annual International Transgender Day of Visibility, here are some resources for the transgender and gender non-conforming community at the local level.