Students weigh in on the development of Puvungna, sacred land for indigenous people. This 22-acre parcel is located on CSULB and has been at the center of many disputes between Native American populations and the university.
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With Trump having scandal after scandal, the Democratic party finally feels like it can impeach him following the Ukraine incident, yet will this lead to any success for the “party of the working class?” Probably not.
Students often struggle with their academic success but life is more than a GPA. Some people are more gifted than others, and that’s okay. You’ll probably are a better person than a student.
Gender is an increasingly hot topic in today’s culture. As barriers break down, parents are left with questions.
The president’s actions paint a picture of a man increasingly backed into a corner.
Ajit Pai’s rollback of TCPA at the behest of big banks is directly responsible for the more than 46% increase in robocalls.
CSULB students discuss campus infrastructure, if they could update one building on campus, what would it be and why?
Those who advocate for sustainable transportation say that buses and trains are the way to go. But these methods of getting around are inconvenient. Make them better, and maybe people will want to use them.
Los Angeles and Orange County public transit is terrible, but autonomous vehicles may be the solution
CSULB students find getting to school more difficult than ever, but self driving cars could change that.
Hip-hop keeps evolving, but many fans tastes stay the same. Was the 1980s really the best decade? Or is that just the rose-colored glasses talking?