Jasmine Moore’s skill in roller-skates paired with a stylish outfit on Instagram caught the eyes of many. But, Moore is using her influence on the rollerskating community to promote positivity while pursuing a career where she can help build sustainable, healthier communities.
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Most of us can agree that music has kept us moving amid a draining, Zoom-filled year. As the 63rd Annual Grammy’s premiere Sunday, the Daily Forty-Niner staff is making some predictions, and some of us are realizing we’re a bit out of the loop.
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Women’s and Gender Equity Center hosted a Zoom webinar featuring Zoe Nicholson, a feminist activist, author and lecturer. There, Nicholson shared more about the suffragist and activist Alice Paul and the Equal Rights Amendment.
Eileen Hope Tran is a fourth-year student in the theater arts department who shares that the coronavirus pandemic has been an opportunity to learn more about herself, her passion for theater and to stick to her motto, to live everyday like it’s her last.
Justin Morgan and Michael Bronson recently developed and launched the app Rentado, designed to bolster communication and accessibility between renters and landlords. Now, the pair are focusing on growing Rentado.
Quarantine and stay-at-home orders left students with plenty of time to spend at home this past year. For Emily Marin, Jia Ning Lim and Ryann Ippolito, they used their time to take their craft and turn it into an online business.
East Fourth Street in Long Beach got colorful on Mar. 6 with the latest exhibit “Safe in the Light,” featuring neon light art pieces. The exhibit, now on display, is meant to be viewed through the gallery’s windows for safe-viewing.
Experiences in higher education are not the same between women and men.
“I Am: New Afro-Latinx Narratives,” is the latest online art exhibit on display at the Museum of Latin American Arts, which features artwork and interviews from Afro-Latinx artists.
Long Beach-based poet and spoken word artist LaLa DeVille first joined the poetry community in 2016 and soon captured the attention of her peers for her authenticity. Since then, DeVille has transformed as an artist and shares some memorable pieces that she has done.