Alepsis Hernandez is a Long Beach based artist who has been commissioned to do murals throughout Long Beach and Southern California. Now, she is on a path to fully realize her dreams as an artist.
Author: Paris Barraza
Bob Cole Conservatory of Music’s New Music Ensemble streamed their third and final performance of the semester live on Dec. 12, an hour-long performance that was applauded by their virtual audience.
Students from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music share how they are performing their junior and senior recitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, changing this once in-person performance into a pre-recorded experience.
Geography Student Association continues for the second year with their map competition in honor of Geography Information Systems Day. Although the virtual competition did not bring the same turnout, it proved to be worthwhile for those involved.
The Long Beach Comprehensive HIV Planning Group organizes a weeklong observance for World AIDS Day, including a designated walk for observers and a virtual memorial.
On Nov. 20, Indigenous peoples joined on Zoom to share how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their lives, including how it has affected ceremonies like Pow Wows as part of CSULB’s Native American Heritage Month Celebration.
Students will perform in a virtual music festival Friday, organized and hosted by Theatre Threshold from the Department of Theatre Arts.
As of May 8, there are 898 positive COVID-19 cases in Long Beach with 565 recoveries, officials said. Despite the continued increase in infection, Mayor Robert Garcia announced the first steps in reopening the economy set to begin Friday.
Students gathered virtually in honor of Friday’s, Nov.18, Transgender Day of Remembrace to honor the transgender people who have died due to anti-transgender violence.
Jennifer Hill, owner of the longtime storefront in Retro Row known for its one-of-a-kind goods, shares how the business is an extension of who she is and how it’s survived in the middle of the pandemic.