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.
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Second-year dance major Vanessa Cruz hopes to pave the way for future generations of disabled dancers at CSULB and beyond.
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.
A historic home of the LGBTQ community’s last day is a reminder of its vibrant past.
CSULB annual Homecoming returned, Nov. 9, crowing student Brandon Ha as he stood in his dragsona, Yakisoba. Though the win speaks to the diverse campus culture, it is especially meaningful to Ha.
Student members of Long Beach Search and Rescue are pursuing public safety jobs while getting their degrees.
As part of the Carpenter Center’s Wit and Wisdom series, the “Radiolab” co-host will be bringing to CSULB students his one-man show, “The Miracle of Indoor Plumbing,” on Nov. 16.
Long Beach’s Monday Night Market returned for another evening on Nov. 4. Though the food and loud music are alluring enough to passersby, the vendors there make the market special.
The Video Game Development Association has made changes to be more efficient when producing their games and continues to provide learning opportunities for outside participants.
Offering medical and mental support, these furry friends assist their owners as they attend classes at Long Beach State.