The Quarantine Diaries is an intimate perspective into how life has changed for individuals as a result of COVID-19. Pairing portraits of self-isolation and handwritten accounts of their experiences, the series gives an insight into the life of staying at home amidst the global pandemic.
Features are not limited to features on people. Articles in the features category are in-depth, written analysis of a certain topic. This can include a feature of a restaurant, group, person, organization, location, hobby, club, etc.
CSULB graduate nursing student Jovani Rioja shares his painful moments battling and recovering from COVID-19.
I had to attend my great-grandmother’s funeral on Facebook Live because of coronavirus, it only made my grieving worse.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, artists grapple with creating in their newfound confines.
While the CSULB community hunkers down at home in adherence to the “safer at home” initiative, here are eight free or low-cost options for students to stay entertained while practicing proper social distancing.
The van lifestyle gives Armand a rent-free approach to college and allows him the scheduling freedom to enjoy outdoor activities such as mountain biking and surfing.
Students in the Long Beach State industrial design program are designing products that cover a variety of environmental concerns. The designs will be submitted to the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.
Just last month Don got married to his partner of 22 years, Alva, as a part of his last wish granted by CSULB students. Three years ago he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and died on Feb. 9.
From personal life trials to losing their former roller rink, the Badfish Roller Derby league always skates to the challenge.
Located on the corner of Fourth and Elm, Ground Hideout Coffee is owned and operated by the Bonilla family who have had a passion for coffee that transcends generations.