A look at how students at CSULB go about their social lives during this stage of the coronavirus pandemic.
Arts & Life
Content that focuses on popular culture, local art and music, entertainment and the events. Common topics include lifestyle, television and film, theater, music, video game, food, etc
With the transition to virtual learning, fraternities and sororities at CSULB are learning how to run their chapters and recruit new members.
The first Long Beach Black Dance Festival started on Aug. 9, a week-long event created by The CRay Project for the Black community to celebrate their work as dancers and performers on a stage of their own, highlighting how dance is an artform that can be used to educate and make powerful statements.
Jenn Nidoy started Niyama Design Studios when people started to express interest in her home sewn masks. With 450 masks sold, Nidoy and her family have learned the challenges and joys of running a small business.
Club sports, community services and university resources host their virtual booths for day three of Week of Welcome.
The pandemic has caused the live events industry to face widespread wage reductions and job losses due to the cancellation of live events and venue closures. On Sept. 1, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center took to Twitter to bring attention to the cause.
A look into how Rising Scholars and Project Rebound serves formerly incarcerated and system impacted students at CSULB
In 2016, Rising Scholars was created to support students that are formerly incarcerated and system impacted. Their work, now aided with the addition of Project Rebound, continues to serve the community through education, advocacy and support.
Cultural and religious organizations host their virtual booths for day two of Week of Welcome as interested students pop in and out of sessions throughout the afternoon.
Three students from the College of the Arts explain how virtual learning worked for them last semester, how it challenged them this summer and their hopes for fall semester despite new teaching conditions.
As someone thought to only portray iconic historical figures and superheroes in movies, Chadwick Boseman, in his untimely death, leaves behind real life inspiration through posthumous revelations.