For the average Long Beach State student, Idaho is probably not high on the vacation list, but it should be. The state is full of charming businesses and picturesque landscapes – a change of pace from the coast of southern California.
San Diego is filled with historical sites and sandy beaches. Plan your next trip down south and indulge in the good old days.
Occurring twice a year in Long Beach, the Patchwork Show is a festival that hosts small business vendors selling food, clothes and artisan products.
From locations all around Long Beach, here are some of the best Halloween decorations that are lighting up their streets.
Palestine supporters gathered on Oct. 25 with a walkout and a candlelight vigil to commemorate the lives lost in Gaza.
From its magnetic small-town charm to endless local attractions, San Pedro is your next coastal town day-trip destination.
Protestors make noise to support the movement for Palestinian freedom days after deadly attacks.
Retro Row is a hub of community and culture on a strip of Fourth St. in Long Beach. All year, businesses and other establishments on this historic street celebrate LGBTQ+ pride with merchandise, public art, resources and events.
The Beach offers a variety of spots where students can take their graduation photos. Whether students are hiring a photographer or using a phone, it’s a good idea to have some locations planned out.
Drag queens, hula-hoops and counterculture polaroids were some of the many experiences available in the opening reception of the new on-campus exhibit, “Drag Show.”