This plant-based, LGBTQ+ owned coffee shop in Long Beach is ready to create a community through coffee.
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The pandemic has given people the desire to make a physical connection with photographs and music, leaving 2022 to usher in an analog renaissance.
Speakers at the Veterans Day celebration were ecstatic to be honoring veterans in-person again.
Through commemorating and connecting with deceased loved ones by using ofrendas, Dia De Los Muertos brings Latinx community together every year.
Long Beach State faculty and students look forward to celebrating the Hispanic holiday of Dia de Los Muertos from Monday, Nov. 1 through Tuesday, Nov. 2.
As students prepare for the rapidly approaching Halloween weekend, it is important to keep in mind all the dangers that can occur and to remember that safety is a priority.
Thrills and chills are shared as Long Beach students tell unforgettable tales from their past Halloweens.
After the COVID-19 pandemic caused a lack of Halloween celebrations, students at Long Beach State are ready for this year’s festivities.
After 528 days, voice majors have returned to the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, and they are more appreciative than ever to be back.
Some CSULB students benefited from isolation while others had major drawbacks, but all were greatly affected.