Long Beach State has a new program that is spearheaded by women from engineering and computer science, meant to support current students through mentorship and professional development. It’s just one program the college has to continue addressing the gap between the number of women pursing the field versus men.
Author: Paris Barraza
CSULB’s Racial Justice in Education Series shows that representation builds better experiences for students
A panel of three Black women educators joined the College of Education to discuss how diverse faculty at schools are necessary for student success and how their experiences as students has influenced their work in education.
Most of us can agree that music has kept us moving amid a draining, Zoom-filled year. As the 63rd Annual Grammy’s premiere Sunday, the Daily Forty-Niner staff is making some predictions, and some of us are realizing we’re a bit out of the loop.
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Women’s and Gender Equity Center hosted a Zoom webinar featuring Zoe Nicholson, a feminist activist, author and lecturer. There, Nicholson shared more about the suffragist and activist Alice Paul and the Equal Rights Amendment.
Long Beach-based poet and spoken word artist LaLa DeVille first joined the poetry community in 2016 and soon captured the attention of her peers for her authenticity. Since then, DeVille has transformed as an artist and shares some memorable pieces that she has done.
Respect, communication and different perspectives: CivilityLB starts a conversation for a healthier society
CivilityLB is a public relations campaign designed and implemented by five Long Beach State students focused on creating a more inclusive society through promoting civility. As the campaign comes to an end, members share their goals for CivilityLB and the support from the community.
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.
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.