Part of Halloween’s significance is how it allows for radical self-expression. It is socially acceptable and even encouraged, to dress as a bloodstained nurse in a miniskirt on Oct. 31.
Author: Perry Continente
For Spill the Tea: OUTober edition, students give their take on untrue perceptions of the LGBTQ+ community and how they fit outside these molds.
Campus officials provided a detailed timeline of events that led to the arrest of Prateek Devulpally, a Long Beach State student who was charged after police released a female student, whose email he allegedly used.
Where candidates needed to make a splash, they instead floundered in this crowded primary.
People in unlocked rooms barricaded doors with belts, desks and podiums when the rooms were unable to be secured. Some students are angry about the lack of security.
Trump’s guilt is obvious. Impeachment is a political tool and now is the time to use it.
The president’s actions paint a picture of a man increasingly backed into a corner.
It’s a party at Beach Weekly! Join hosts Hannah Getahun and Perry Continente as they celebrate 70 years of Long Beach State. Tune in to learn more about what you can expect out of the Daily Forty-Niner’s 70th Anniversary special issue and a deep-dive into Perry’s article about the university’s history with racism.
Los Angeles and Orange County public transit is terrible, but autonomous vehicles may be the solution
CSULB students find getting to school more difficult than ever, but self driving cars could change that.
What could have been a classic entry in the indie game renaissance must instead settle for good enough. What brilliance is here is tempered by repetition and an uneven difficulty curve.