Emergency survival equipment will be placed around campus for students, faculty and employees to use if a shooting occurs.
Author: Rachel Hanna
Long Beach residents marched for their rights as workers for International Workers’ Day.
Philip Glass turns Franz Kafka’s “In The Penal Colony” into an opera with the help of previously incarcerated students.
Family duties and financial struggles are two main reasons as to why there aren’t more Pacific Islanders in higher education and they want that to change.
Dining halls need to have healthier food options for students who rely on them in order to survive college while keeping extra pounds off.
Having things at our disposal isn’t a bad thing, that is until it completely erases older fun memories.
The beginning of a semester takes forever to begin; I sit back the first few days as one after another of my professors pull up the syllabus and think: are we really doing this again? For upperclassmen, we get the gist of school at this point. I don’t think it[Read More…]
Four inspiring women gathered in the LA-5 building Wednesday to discuss their experiences being women of color in journalism and public relations careers. Media Women of Color shined a light on the challenges and obstacles of working in the media. “Okay I’m the skunk at the picnic,” Beverly White of[Read More…]
Students gathered at the Friendship Walk March 18 to meet the 2019 ASI candidates. Free ASI tumblers filled with coffee were given to students who spoke with the candidates.
Students grabbed coffee and talked with Associated Student Inc. executive candidates Wednesday to receive information for the upcoming senate election. The two candidates running for vice president and the two running for president invited students to come forward with questions about ASI government and what each representative will offer for[Read More…]