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Arts & Life
Content that focuses on popular culture, local art and music, entertainment and the events. Common topics include lifestyle, television and film, theater, music, video game, food, etc
After a year of lockdowns, Zoom classes and more, students share their experiences navigating mental health.
CSULB students share photos of their decorated caps with the Daily Forty-Niner, complete with quotes, humor and lots of color to celebrate their success visually.
Devi’s Donuts and Sweets opened its doors to its new brick-and-mortar location in Long Beach at the end of April. Now, owners Eva and Tom Ognibene share their journey as they prove that vegan is just as tempting, and tasty, as anything else.
“The Daily Show” alumnus and host of Netflix’s “Patriot Act” joined Associated Students, Inc. to discuss how he pursued a career in the entertainment industry and what he is looking forward to doing next.
“We Got This: Art in the Time of the Pandemic” is on display at LBX, featuring pieces of art that center around life during the coronavirus pandemic.
Four School of Art alumni became part of the crew on the building site of the newly opened Gerald Desmond Bridge, documenting its three year process.
The website Everynoise shows what students from different universities are listening to, and it found that for CSULB students, alternative R&B and pop are some of the most popular genres of music for students.
Long Beach creatives reflect on how last year’s events and financial setbacks were used to help their processes today. For some, that means learning at home. For others, that means gauging how they will grow their work, but all are determined to continue creating.
Actress Kelly Marie Tran talks reclaiming her culture, believing ‘impossible things are possible’ to CSULB students
In Associated Students, Inc.’s latest installment of “An Evening With,” actress Kelly Marie Tran, well-known for her work in the “Star Wars” trilogy and “Raya and the Last Dragon,” shared how she is contributing to the world she wants to live in and how she is celebrating her identity.