In honor of March being national Women’s History Month, this issue highlights impactful women within our community and throughout history.
Breaking the Gender Barrier: Women in STEM at CSULB
Students at CSULB are rewriting the narrative about women in STEM – thanks to the many women who came before them.
The current state of anti-transgender sentiments in the U.S.
In the past few years, anti-trans and anti-LGBT bills have been on the rise, and the trans community is calling for better treatment.
Three female artists who deserve more hype
Stop listening to the same overplayed artists and listen to these talented female musicians instead.
The Womxn’s Collective at CSULB draws attention to relationship red flags
“Relationship red flags” and the warning signs for abuse in relationships were discussed at The Womxn’s Collective’s Rising Speaker event on Wednesday.
The wage gap still impacts women
Looking at the data on salary over the years, there still is a gender wage gap.
Motherhood amidst adversity
The moment student Samantha Schoner received a positive pregnancy test result, her teenage life was taken from her as she navigated through motherhood amidst adversities.
Long Beach provides resources for women
With Women’s History Month coming up, it’s a great idea to be informed of local organization that provide resources for women and support their cause.
Kwanzaa brings respect and celebration of African-American culture
With the goal of uniting the Black community and keeping the history of Africa alive, Karenga’s creation of Kwanzaa in the ’60s is still celebrated all around the globe.
Letter from the Editor
As one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in California and the United States, the representation of this dynamic demographic is crucial to the community of Long Beach.