Arguably the best and most problematic part of Halloween might be the costumes.
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National Horror Movie Day is October 23 and it is a time to reflect on why horror is the best thing to watch right now.
It is easy to remain within the bubble of one’s own comfort. Students share their experiences and opportunities that arise when they decide to step out of that bubble.
Sometimes our fears stay with us our whole lives and develop into something even scarier. We may never find a solution to them, but the importance lies in the resilience it takes to face them.
If creativity is the goal, it might be a good idea to stay away from popular costumes and experiment with some outside-the-box costumes instead.
From costumes to family traditions, students at Long Beach State share their favorite things to do during the spooky season.
Spooky season is here and what’s scarier than a seasonal fixation on autumnal spice?
The recent rise in gas prices has forced me and other CSULB students to rethink our spending habits.
OUTober allows CSULB students, faculty and staff to celebrate LGBTQ+ pride.
The term “queerbaiting” has popped up everywhere from Tumblr to the New York Times. However, its surrounding discussions have become simplified.