After finishing construction in the spring, Long Beach State administration, alumni and faculty gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday.
Elise Bryant, author of “Happily Ever Afters,” discusses inspiration behind debut novel at Long Beach virtual event
CSULB alumna Elise Bryant joined the Long Beach Public Library Foundation to celebrate her debut young-adult novel, “Happily Ever Afters.” Bryant shared at the event that the novel is influenced by her experience of not seeing Black leading characters and wanting to value women-centered stories.
Asjia Garner, a graduate from the class of 2019 at Long Beach State, is working as the new communications coordinator for the first lady.
The newly opened CRAFT+LIGHT Creative Arts Studio, owned by CSULB alumna Shelly Williams, holds crafting sessions like soap making and arm-knitting. “It’s a beautiful space for everyone’s welcome,” Williams said.
2008 CSULB alumni Ryan ZumMallen’s new book, “Slow Car Fast” makes cars understandable for anyone.