Finale event celebrates record number of program participants with food, games and prizes.
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Deliberate or not, the billionaire Sackler family needs to stop covering their tracks.
The university’s largest student-run cultural event invites all to celebrate Filipino culture.
Educators from LBSU and LAUSD share experiences and thoughts on issues.
The event brings together decades of individuals involved with the program.
News outlets receive unnecessary hate for following industry standards from people who don’t understand.
More than 100 people of all communities gathered outside of E. James Brotman Hall Thursday evening to honor, remember and support those affected by the recent mass shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand. Led by Long Beach State’s Muslim Students Association, the vigil included speeches from a number of guest speakers,[Read More…]
An impressive performance by reserve guard Kianna Hamilton-Fisher propels the 49ers to a 60-54 victory.
“RAIN OR SHINE!” headlined flyers for the 49th annual Puvungna Pow Wow and Outreach at Long Beach State. Shine it did. Each thunderous drum hit galvanized a resounding turnout of guests singing and dancing together on the Central Quad Saturday afternoon. One of the biggest events of its kind in[Read More…]
Jalaysha Seals, founder and president of Jewelettez, formerly called Melanin Magic, discusses goals, expectations and values for the the first all-Black dance team at Long Beach State. Video by: Ralston Dacanay Edited by: Ralston Dacanay