Long Beach State student Andrew Foster was accepted into a program that enlists him into the United States Coast Guard in exchange for benefits including paid college tuition and income. He, along with former program recipients, share how their careers within the Coast Guard have transformed their lives.
Author: Paris Barraza
MOLAA and Long Beach African American Cultural Center host virtual event about Afro-Latinx experiences
“De colores: A Black and Brown Conversation” featured panelists from the Afro-Latinx community to discuss history and identity as part of the 2021 Afro-Latinx festival. The event aimed to begin building community and understand the experiences of Afro-Latinx members.
Makeup artists, costume designers and set designers are just some of the members of technical theater, who like actors, have had less in-person productions to take part in due to the coronavirus pandemic. But for some CSULB students, the loss brings new lessons.
Virtual learning proved to be difficult not only for students, but for CSULB faculty. As the spring semester continues online, professors share their challenges as well as the goals they have for their students.
Owners Robert VanBeveran and Leonard Sinatra recently posted a GoFundMe for Executive Suite Nightclub in Long Beach, the club and bar a staple to the LGBTQ community. Despite the financial strain, VanBeveran and Sinatra aren’t ready to cut ties.
A look at the murals in Long Beach with graffiti covering it, prompted by two posts in January on the Long Beach subreddit where users discussed their thoughts over seeing defaced public art.
With Gov. Gavin Newsom lifting stay-at-home orders on Jan. 25, the city of Long Beach has allowed outdoor dining to reopen. For some CSULB students, this means returning to work, which is coming with mixed feelings.
Annual virtual exhibition hosted at CSULB for Master of Fine Arts students opens up to students across California
Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts annual exhibition is hosted by the Fine Arts Roundtable, a student organization, and is a weeklong event for artists to engage with their peers work in CSULB art galleries. In 2021, the exhibition not only went virtual, it expanded to students across California for the first time.
‘A shared success’ guides CSULB alumna Asjia Garner to serve as communications coordinator for First Lady Jill Biden
CSULB alumna Asjia Garner has joined the Office of the First Lady as the communications coordinator. The position, to Garner, is a humbling opportunity that she could never have imagined, but it is a success for her loved ones, colleagues and mentors who have helped her throughout the years.
“Deep Fears” was released in May 2020, an animated short film from Long Beach State’s animation department. Now, it is being selected for the 2021 American Documentary and Animation Film Festival.