Artists showcase their pieces of work to celebrate Latin culture and Day of the Dead. The display will be available until Nov. 10.
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The Cease Animal Torture Club strives to educate students on the environmental impact of the meat and dairy industry and encourages transitioning to a vegan diet.
The short series features student artists at CSULB and the work they create outside of school. Next up is second-year student Dustin Ngo, a double major in chemical engineering and music.
Latinx Faculty and Staff Association gathered members of the Hispanic community Tuesday in response to the El Paso shooting and family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Lumineers recent release tells the touching tale of the Sparks family and the struggle they face.
‘Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates’ gives viewers a look inside Bill Gates’ life and projects
Netflix’s new documentary shows how Bill Gates tackles some of the world’s biggest problems and the story behind the man that changed technology forever.
Long Beach locals bring the flavors and flair of Cuba to California through their innovative, vegan menu. Founded in 2018, LOBO Cuban Food, is quickly becoming a staple in the Latinx plant-based lifestyle scene.
Thousands flock to celebrate the return of the Long Beach native in cutting the ribbon to the city’s new main library.
CSULB students and alumni took to the beach Saturday morning to help cleanup their community as a part of a state-wide effort to restore the beaches along California’s coast.
Third-year mathematics major, Austin Ring first performed his poem titled “An Advocate of the Meek,” and told the audience to solve the riddle. Ring was one of 30 students to recite poetry at the ASI-hosted Poet’s Lounge.