Senior Africana studies major Gregory Gasco used to perform six times a week on average as his drag alter ego, Paradisa Lahore. But as bars and clubs closed indefinitely in adherence to state-wide social distancing mandates, many drag artists like Gasco are left without a stage to perform. But the[Read More…]
Snoopy’s bright red dog house, Carl Fredricksen’s floating house from Disney Pixar’s ‘Up’ and the Polar Express traversed down Beach Drive for the 2019 Holiday Cart Parade. Departments from all across campus participated in the annual event.
Over 300 students gathered at the Richard and Karen Carpenter Center for ‘An Evening With’ Rainn Wilson and Shabnum Mogharabi hosted by ASI’s Beach Pride Events.
Friends, family and community members gathered at the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center Monday to remember the lives of the Awaida family who was killed in a car crash Halloween night.
The ‘Long Beach Funky Quaffles’ has been a competitive quidditch team since 2013, bringing J.K. Rowling’s fictional sport to the Beach.
In 1957, Dr. Ludwig Spolyar and Bill Lockyer founded Beach Crew as a fun way to bring their friends together. Beach Crew, now known as Long Beach State Rowing, has grown into a distinguished program on campus.
In 1965, Long Beach State hosted the California International Art Symposium where eight of the world’s best-known outdoor artists gathered at the university to create public art pieces to be dispersed throughout the campus. One of these pieces was the Carlson/Bloc Tower by André Bloc.
The Daily Forty-Niner takes a behind-the-scenes look at Long Beach State’s unique air-conditioning system. The plant has been operating for over two decades, but most don’t even know it’s there.
California Repertory opens their fall 2019 season with Mud, a portrait of ignorance, poverty and desperation. Written by Maria Irene Fornes, Mud is “an unflinching look at rural poverty and the quest for self improvement against all odds.”