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.
A new report found that Long Beach State University has a $1.53 billion impact on local economies. Beacon Economics, an independent research and consulting firm, conducted the study as a way to measure the economic and fiscal impacts of LBSU on the greater Long Beach community. “California State University, Long[Read More…]
The hash tag #SixSeasonsAndAMovie is one step closer to becoming reality for fans of cult comedy “Community.” Just in case you are suffering from Changnesia, “Community” is officially back for season six on Yahoo! Screen. Its first episode debuted on March 17 and is already moving onto the season’s third[Read More…]
Complimenting her chocolate, cupcake-charm necklace, Lisa Ramelow themed her wardrobe with a frosting-pink blouse and cocoa-brown boots in celebration of Belmont Shore’s eleventh annual chocolate festival. Twenty businesses invited the Long Beach populous to purchase pink ticket-vouchers to “spend” on self-indulgent samples along Second Street on Saturday. As the owner[Read More…]
Did you know that dark roasted coffees potentially contribute to the development of cancer? A chemical called acrylamide is produced when the beans are roasted for too long. That is why you see the warning signs at Starbucks and not at your local coffee shop. The darker the coffee beans,[Read More…]