From sign language choirs to an anti-war play, the Daily Forty-Niner wraps up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
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Bill Nye the Science Guy and aerial acrobatics highlight the Carpenter Center’s spring lineup.
At the end of 2019, founder of A Future Superhero and Friends Yuri Williams completed his second tour of traveling across America, dressing up as a superhero, to visit children in hospitals. Now, he continues to serve anyone in need to honor his mother, his personal superhero.
Second-year dance major Vanessa Cruz hopes to pave the way for future generations of disabled dancers at CSULB and beyond.
Members of the Long Beach community ‘continue the legacy’ at the 32nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
Houses along Naples Island light up for the holiday season for the community to enjoy.
The student assistants at the Beach Pantry are busy during their shifts restocking, answering phone calls and maintaining the office’s cleanliness. They are also busy ensuring that every student has a positive experience there, a reflection of their own hardships.
The local hotspot and tourist attraction offers a festive event for families to ice skate, eat, drink and more.
The play is simple, weird, but amazingly thought out as it stresses the importance that human hands have in people’s lives.
A Night of Relaxation, hosted by Beach Balance, gave students peace of mind before one of the most stressful academic weeks of the year.