After recently securing a spot in the BMAC Hall of Fame, Deaka McClain’s journey through higher education and disability advocacy has placed her in a unique position of influence.
Author: Renzo Pocasangre
An inflatable Shaquille O’Neal welcomes visitors back to one of Long Beach’s newest returning Halloween festivals, Shaqtoberfest.
Students that identify as LGBTQ+ across the country are facing new challenges as they return back to school.
Viva Long Beach was made for and by community members and aimed to be one of the city’s first Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations.
Drag queens, hula-hoops and counterculture polaroids were some of the many experiences available in the opening reception of the new on-campus exhibit, “Drag Show.”
Week of Welcome made its return to Long Beach State this fall on Aug. 29 and Aug. 30, powering through the brutal California heat wave.
Chair of the Film and Electronic Arts, Adam Moore, is looking to make waves at The Beach with a renovated UTC in production and a new curriculum for incoming students.
For the first time in 60 years, the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA are striking in solidarity for better wages and job stability, shattering the illusion of fame.
With the lack of a traditional ceremony at Angel Stadium, student graduates are given the opportunity to have a traditionally styled commencement at the Cultural Graduation Ceremonies.
CEO Elliot Lewis of Catalyst Cannabis examines the ongoing dispute with the Long Beach city council, creating a localized ripple effect of cold-shouldered responses while becoming a beacon of hope for independent cannabis dispensaries.