The PhysTEC program encourages students in the Department of Physics to consider teaching careers at high schools. But, the program has proved to do more than just that.
Author: Paris Barraza
Faculty, students and alumni from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music attended a virtual memorial concert for Alan Shockley, a professor of music at Long Beach State, who died earlier this year.
Students of the senior seminar class organized Fall Dance Festival, a performance featuring student choreographed pieces filmed from home. The first part of the festival will premiere on YouTube Friday evening.
TBM Designs introduces the art installation sm[ART]box to lower campus, built of materials that are energy efficient, to highlight the need for sustainability.
Writer and professor Deborah Miranda explores 15 steps for decolonization for Californian Indigenous communities
Native American Heritage Month Celebration 2020 continues with its second event, featuring Deborah Miranda, a member of the Esselen and Chumash people, to discuss California missions, the history of natives in California and how to practice decolonization.
Professor Deshonay Dozier discusses how the Los Angeles Indigenous community treated alcoholism and fought against public inebriation laws through her presentation, “Criminalization and Alcoholism, Indigenous Sites of Sare in 1960s and 1970s Downtown LA.”
A Día de los Muertos caravan travels through the Washington neighborhoods in Long Beach in observance of the holiday weekend.
In honor of Pilipino Heritage Month, members from Long Beach State’s Pilipino American Coalition share how the club helped them understand what their culture means to them.
Plugged-In Virtual Connections virtual artist series debuted Oct. 21, part of an educational program from The Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum that connects with students in the Long Beach Unified School District and ABC Unified School District.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, pet adoptions have increased due to people’s newfound free time and need for companionship. And for some Long Beach residents, their decision to bring home a new family member proved to be worthwhile.