Located on the corner of Fourth and Elm, Ground Hideout Coffee is owned and operated by the Bonilla family who have had a passion for coffee that transcends generations.
Author: Paula Kiley
Animation major Katerina Coronado and studio art major Nathan Xa establish the Animated Film Production Association, a club centered around producing short, animated films.
From sign language choirs to an anti-war play, the Daily Forty-Niner wraps up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
Bill Nye the Science Guy and aerial acrobatics highlight the Carpenter Center’s spring lineup.
Second-year dance major Vanessa Cruz hopes to pave the way for future generations of disabled dancers at CSULB and beyond.
No one’s coming out story is the same. Members of Long Beach State’s LGBTQ+ community share their individual coming out stories in the Daily Forty-Niner video series, “Out of the Closet.”
What I thought was a casual pastime for Harry Potter lovers proved to be a grueling sport. I spent three practices with the Long Beach Funky Quaffles where I learned what quidditch is all about.
In celebration of Long Beach State’s 70th anniversary, the Daily Forty-Niner takes you back to 1992, when the university hired architect Donald Gibbs to design a gymnasium that would later become a university icon- the Walter Pyramid.
In 1965, Long Beach State hosted the California International Art Symposium where eight of the world’s best-known outdoor artists gathered at the university to create public art pieces to be dispersed throughout the campus. One of these pieces was the Carlson/Bloc Tower by André Bloc.
California Repertory opens their fall 2019 season with Mud, a portrait of ignorance, poverty and desperation. Written by Maria Irene Fornes, Mud is “an unflinching look at rural poverty and the quest for self improvement against all odds.”