Attempt after attempt, the Long Beach State women’s soccer team just couldn’t find the net. At the 64-minute mark everything fell into place and Dana Fujikuni was able to float in a perfectly timed shot. The goal gave the 49ers a safety cushion as their offense continued to attack.. The[Read More…]
Freshly returned from spring break, the School of Art galleries at Cal State Long Beach are already filled with a variety of art displaying different talents and inspirations. The walls feature work from artists Lena Wolek, Fred Eck, Yimiao Liu and a collaborative group of fiber majors.
The annual 2017 BlizzCon convention hosted thousands of video game enthusiasts over the weekend. The event ran on Friday and Saturday with activities packed in from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The convention organized by Blizzard Entertainment, the group responsible for Overwatch, Hearthstone and World of Warcraft offered attendees screenings, gaming tournaments,[Read More…]
Brightly colored marigolds and Spanish music filled the air for La Raza’s annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration that took place from 5 – 10 p.m. on Thursday in the University Student Union Ballrooms. The night included vendors selling homemade jewelry, clothing and paintings, music and dance performances from both[Read More…]
Any true Long Beach local knows that one of the most lively things about the city is its art. Over the summer, a global network of artists under the name “POW! WOW!,” presented it’s annual mural project. With the help of over 20 artists, Long Beach saw new murals pop[Read More…]
Stephanie Hak Long Beach hosted the 43rd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The race saw drivers exceed over 170 mph as they flew through the 1.968 mile street course. Canadian driver James Hinchcliffe took the checkered flag.
So you want to get serious about your schoolwork — really serious — you mean it this time. Now all you need is a good place to study. Your room is too distracting, Starbucks is too crowded and the campus library doesn’t have food. Luckily, you go to school in[Read More…]
From the sandy shorelines of Ocean Boulevard to the harbor overlooking the Pike, some of Long Beach’s best sights can be found on the water. Whether your’re looking to dive into the nautical history of the Queen Mary or explore grassy knolls and old lighthouses, your attention is sure to[Read More…]
Long Beach’s music scene is as eclectic as its population. From Snoop Dogg to Rage Against the Machine’s Zack de la Rocha to Sublime, artists spanning a wide variety of genres have gotten their musical start in the Aquatic Capital of America. “We have a lot of everything because we[Read More…]