Long Beach dancer and choreographer James Mahkween shares his upcoming project “Cat Call,” a two-hour performance that will focus on topics of sexual harassment and toxic masculinity.
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Students spend time trying social media food trends and changing their diets while adjusting to stay-at-home life during the pandemic.
‘I want to be honest about who I am’: Artist Joey Nazariego discusses music inspiration and collaboration with peers
Jazz performance major Joey Nazariego explains how their identity ties into the music they create and how they are aided by peers and fellow musicians Brandon Muhawi and Eric Bell.
The Carpenter Performing Arts Center participates in the second annual citywide event, Long Beach Gives.
The virtual series Platform makes its debut on Thursday, which will feature artist Beatriz Cortez in conversation with curator Erin Chistovale.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the virtual production “The Stranger” was made and what inspired the idea behind it.
Students and faculty express what Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg meant to them.
Restaurants and bars in downtown Long Beach learn how to adapt to an all-outdoor business as customers begin to return.
Student parents adjust to the changes the pandemic brought to their lives, including the closure of the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, Zoom elementary school and new daily routines.
From a student attending classes while living in Taiwan to another living in the dorms, meet three first-year students at CSULB who are all adjusting to the virtual semester.