Respect Diversity Week continues with “Strategies for Resilience: Responding to Microaggressions,” where students are given tools and tips about how to call out microagressions and deal with the challenging experience.
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
Jonathan Aldridge, who goes by the name AJ Billions professionally and personally, is in the process of getting his show “Minorities” picked up. It’s the latest project for Aldridge, who as a child, dreamed of being in the entertainment industry.
While the university offers several services to ensure student safety, some students do not feel completely safe.
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “Sound of Metal” depicts a fictional story of a heavy metal drummer suddenly losing his hearing.
March 31 marked the end of Bob Cole Conservatory of Music’s BeachFunder, which raised $40,295 to offset the projected $100,000 loss in scholarship money. The loss comes as a result of canceled live performances due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brittany Olivia Logan, a Bob Cole Conservatory of Music alumna, won the Audience Choice Award for the Houston Grand Opera. Logan, a student at the University of Cincinnati, shares how she continued with her music education.
In honor of the 12th annual International Transgender Day of Visibility, here are some resources for the transgender and gender non-conforming community at the local level.
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “The Trial of the Chicago 7” depicts the 1969 trial of the Chicago seven, a group of men charged by the U.S. for inciting riots the previous year.
Founder of Heart of Ida Dina Berg shares how the Long Beach nonprofit has worked to keep seniors in Long Beach fed, informed and connected in the past year.
Voices for Justice: Equity & Arts series featured civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who has represented the families of Breonna Taylor, Trayvon Martin and George Floyd. During the event, Crump explained persistent police violence and the steps to take to overcome it and seek justice for all.