As Long Beach State seniors’ time comes to an end, students reflect on their time here and get ready for the next chapter.
As student Cameron Forgey was slowly getting back to the old dynamics of the university prior to COVID-19, he was met with a chronic disease that steered his life in a different direction.
Elizabeth Griswold grew a passion for linguistics and American Sign Language which grew her goal to help and spread awareness for the hearing impaired.
Gospel music is one of the most distinct aspects of the Christain faith. However, it’s a genre of music that was born earlier than most might think.
Religion has offered a safe spiritual outlet for many in the past, but newer generations are starting to feel the mental strain strict ideologies can cause.
Once celebrations of faith, now celebrations of consumerism.
Practical Magicka, a Long Beach metaphysical shop, hosts psychic event featuring a world renowned psychic palmist.
In honor of March being national Women’s History Month, this issue highlights impactful women within our community and throughout history.
Students at CSULB are rewriting the narrative about women in STEM – thanks to the many women who came before them.
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.