What started as an idea with its roots in Cuba has now taken home locally.
Long Beach-based dancer and choreographer James Mahkween held a showcase for dancers to perform at Rose Park, Long Beach. For some of the artists, the showcase was an opportunity to share how they’ve dealt with the coronavirus pandemic.
Houses along Naples Island light up for the holiday season for the community to enjoy.
The Rho Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi is the only LGBTQ fraternity in CSULB’s Greek system. The frat is a second home for gay, bisexual, and transgender men seeking a club free of toxic masculinity.
The club connects current and former foster youth through social events, fundraising and community service.
A mandate for more diversity in education can only be a good thing. Learning about marginalized communities is necessary for building a better future.
Plans to build affordable housing in Downtown Long Beach are in the works, according to Garcia. His goal is to help Long Beach teachers and students.
CSULB’s Cal State Rollers club held a themed skate out on Oct. 4 in downtown Long Beach. The small group took to the streets for a day of skating and shared their love for the activity.
One of the biggest hula and chant competitions in Southern California, E Hula Mau, will take place this Labor Day weekend at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. Ten schools from across California will perform various forms of hula and chant at the three-day event.
Events hosted by LBSU such as Earth Week allow students a comfortable platform to educate themselves on the seriousness of topics such as climate change and sustainable living.