Three people were murdered Oct. 29 in Long Beach in a senseless act of violence. It’s time we talked facts about guns.
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Returning to school after a long absence is hard. However, for many students, it helps them move past their high school self.
Most massive acts of violence are perpetrated by fatherless men. It is the lack of male role models, not the abundance of guns, that is causing massacres.
Art has always pushed boundaries, but how far is too far? This week students weigh in on whether or not art that is considered by many to be “offensive” has a place on college campuses.
Mass shootings aren’t going to stop but maybe we can try the easiest solution.
Social media and its influencers have started to negatively influence young users on the platform about their self-perception and body image.
Sustainability has been flipped on its head and turned into a temporary, trend word. Environmental concerns have taken over the world by storm and it’s time we do something about it.
In this Halloween edition of spill the tea, CSULB students talk about their favorite monsters.
Part of Halloween’s significance is how it allows for radical self-expression. It is socially acceptable and even encouraged, to dress as a bloodstained nurse in a miniskirt on Oct. 31.
The only spooky thing about Halloween is the continuing sexualization of costumes.