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.”
Edgar Ornelas and his father Jose Luis Ornelas grow, cut and prepare herbs, fruits and vegetables. But unlike most farmers, the backdrop for their operation is the bustling city of Bell Gardens. “Farming Under the Wire” takes a deep dive into the Ornelas family farm and explores the challenges urban[Read More…]
Students gathered at the Friendship Walk March 18 to meet the 2019 ASI candidates. Free ASI tumblers filled with coffee were given to students who spoke with the candidates.
Long Beach made it to the semifinal round with a 68-66 win over Hawai’i Thursday night. In the semifinal, Long Beach State men’s basketball team was on the wrong side of the tale Friday, giving up 48 second half points in a 75-67 loss to UC Irvine in the Big[Read More…]
Gamers gathered in the Student Union for Long Beach State’s newest gaming convention. The event offered both casual and tournament play, as well as panels, prizes, meet ups, and more.
An impressive performance by reserve guard Kianna Hamilton-Fisher propels the 49ers to a 60-54 victory.
American Indians from all over the state gathered at Long Beach State for the 49th annual Pow Wow held in the Central Quad where they sang and danced throughout the two-day event. Video by: Alex Apatiga Edited by: Paula Kiley
Jalaysha Seals, founder and president of Jewelettez, formerly called Melanin Magic, discusses goals, expectations and values for the the first all-Black dance team at Long Beach State. Video by: Ralston Dacanay Edited by: Ralston Dacanay
The CSULB Dance Department hosted the 2019 Contemporary Dance Concert from Feb. 14 to Feb. 16. The concert showcased nine works composed by 16 undergraduate dance students. In the days leading up to opening curtain, The Daily 49er shadowed the student dancers and choreographers responsible for creating and performing the[Read More…]