Local businesses and community members connect the second Saturday of every month through the Parkview Village Festival.
Lifestyle events that occur on or off campus should be categorized under “events.” Events differ from performances in that performances stage or present a play, concert or other forms of entertainment while events do not. Examples of events include the Long Beach Zombie Walk, Week of Welcome and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbour.
ASI Beach Pride Events and the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted the Latinx Heritage Month Kick-Off celebration and will be offering more informational events through the rest of the month.
The 2021 Long Beach Greek Festival attendees were ecstatic to be able to participate in this event and learn about Greek culture in person for the first time in two years.
The local Long Beach plant shop, Plantiitas, held a weekend market consisting of music, food, vendors for customers to enjoy, with a variety of plants for sale.
Week of Welcome looked a little different with everyone meeting at the central quad on upper campus. Last year WoW was held online via zoom.
“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.
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.
The Creative Communal Market was held on April 25, featuring small-business owners who shared their products for the Long Beach community to check out. For many vendors, in-person events like this market are critical for their business.
The Department of Communication invited four panelists to speak at “Here There Then Now,” a virtual event discussing the power language has when naming and describing land, which in turn can affect the communities native to it.
Three students from the Department of Dance will be showcasing their pieces in a pre-filmed, live-streamed production. Each piece highlights their work as choreographers and their approaches to dance.