Long Beach’s Monday Night Market returned for another evening on Nov. 4. Though the food and loud music are alluring enough to passersby, the vendors there make the market special.
Author: Paris Barraza
Art has always pushed boundaries, but how far is too far? This week students weigh in on whether or not art that is considered by many to be “offensive” has a place on college campuses.
Beach Pride Events celebrated Día de los Muertos on Oct. 31 at Long Beach State. Students gathered to commemorate their lost loved ones while eating traditional foods and learning more about the holiday.
In this Halloween edition of spill the tea, CSULB students talk about their favorite monsters.
Throughout the 24-hour event individuals discussed, researched and created potential solutions to the complex issues of climate change and food scarcity.
The course teaches students to consider “how queer manifests itself outside the body.”
Art meets print at CSULB’s Printmaking as a Collaborative Enterprise: Art Talks and Panel Discussion
The event, hosted by the Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum, featured the curators and artists behind the B.A.T. State III Exhibition and explained the process behind their work.
Students weigh in on the development of Puvungna, sacred land for indigenous people. This 22-acre parcel is located on CSULB and has been at the center of many disputes between Native American populations and the university.
CSULB’s Cal State Rollers club held a themed skate out on Oct. 4 in downtown Long Beach. The small group took to the streets for a day of skating and shared their love for the activity.
The slasher-comedy “Hookman” by Lauren Yee at CSULB’s Studio Theatre tells the story of Lexi, a freshman in college navigating life after a tragedy.