CSULB Beach Pantry and a local food pantry, the Long Beach Community Table, work together to relieve hunger insecurity.
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CSULB students reflect on the hobbies and talents they picked up during the COVID-19 pandemic, including art, sewing, crocheting, baking, playing tennis and more.
For any graduates and their families looking to celebrate near Angel Stadium, here are the Daily Forty-Niner’s suggestions of places to go after the ceremonies.
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.
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.
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.
Third-years Gideon Essel and Austin Thomson are the latest recipients of a national scholarship program through the United States Coast Guard, where students can enlist in the service while receiving benefits including funding for tuition and school expenses.
Bring Your Own Long Beach Offers Customers a sustainable option that help reduce the City of Long Beach’s Ecological Footprint