Jonathan Torres creates explicit artworks to explore his sexuality and the ideas of femininity and masculinity that accompany it.
The Daily Forty-Niner and special projects editor Hannah Getahun presents to you the OUTober issue. This week, the Daily Forty-Niner will be publishing stories related to the LGBTQ+ community at Long Beach and their experiences.
In 1957, Dr. Ludwig Spolyar and Bill Lockyer founded Beach Crew as a fun way to bring their friends together. Beach Crew, now known as Long Beach State Rowing, has grown into a distinguished program on campus.
In celebration of Long Beach State’s 70th anniversary, the Daily Forty-Niner takes you back to 1992, when the university hired architect Donald Gibbs to design a gymnasium that would later become a university icon- the Walter Pyramid.
In 1965, Long Beach State hosted the California International Art Symposium where eight of the world’s best-known outdoor artists gathered at the university to create public art pieces to be dispersed throughout the campus. One of these pieces was the Carlson/Bloc Tower by André Bloc.
President Conoley celebrates Long Beach State’s 70th anniversary with the Daily Forty-Niner.
CSULB’s women’s, gender and sexuality studies department fought an uphill battle to get to where they are today.
The fox squirrel, native to the Eastern U.S. that most students interact with, took years to eventually migrate to CSULB. Now, they are abundant on campus and have become symbolic to students.
Long Beach State football was once a prominent piece in the sports community, but after sanctions and down years piled up the team was disbanded in 1991.
CSULB is a diverse school, but its past is characterized by racist policies, people and events. Its transformation into a progressive institution is a work in progress, but it has come a long way.