Artists pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in painting, illustration, ceramics, printmaking and more hosted “Open Studios” for local fine arts fans and potential graduate students.
With hundreds of colorful floats and blaring festive tunes, Belmont Shore delivered another successful holiday spectacle.
The Flying Samaritans go to Tijuana, Mexico once a month and they help the Long Beach community with monthly food banks at Stevenson Elementary.
The Arts for Life concert was held by the 68 member Symphonic Jazz Orchestra performed on Sunday Nov. 12 at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
Superhero fans from across campus united by dressing up in costume and celebrating their favorite heroes and villains.
The Campus Assessment and Stabilization Team works closely with campus resources and the program’s staff is proud of being the first CSU to have a program of its kind and hope the program keeps growing.
Middle Eastern Studies professor Yousef Baker shares his thoughts on the Israel-Palestine conflict through a Q&A.
Jewish Studies professor Jeffrey Blutinger shares his thoughts on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
After 45 years in the flower business, this family run flower market continues to blossom for the Long Beach community.
Beach Hillel hosted “Bring the Hostages Home” on Monday displaying photos of those kidnapped by Hamas, and stood by to answer questions from onlookers.