Long Beach State ceramics student Ruby Gomez delves into her latest installation, which covers themes of nostalgia, adolescence, culture and community.
Let ’23 Walk holds picnic protest on quad
Let ’23 Walk continues fighting not just for their own commencement ceremony but for future CSULB graduating classes with a protest on campus.
2-hours in San Francisco: a misty wonderland
San Francisco is filled with different cultures and designs even though not all are always seen.
Three Valentine’s Day movies to watch during date night
Whether you are looking for a fun romantic comedy or a deeply emotional story, here are some of the best film recommendations for this Valentine’s Day season.
Letter from the Editor
As one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in California and the United States, the representation of this dynamic demographic is crucial to the community of Long Beach.
Two Sides to Pinoy Pageantry Culture
This year’s Miss Universe winner is R’Bonney Gabriel who represented Miss USA also represents the Philippines.
Embracing my Mexican roots after years of neglecting them
Growing up mixed race but identifying as predominantly white made me realize that I buried my other half. This burial caused feelings of guilt and not being able to fit in.
“Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” and its cultural significance
“Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” seamlessly spans across genres while tackling difficult topics of identity, mental illness, and the meaning of life.
Plantiitas encourages community to blossom into their best selves
Located on Fourth Street, local plant store Plantiitas provides Long Beach community members with workshops to prioritize holistic health while celebrating marginalized people within the safe space of their shop.
MOLAA tells stories of Latin heritage through art and exhibits
The Museum of Latin American Art, voted by Long Beach State students as the “Best Place to Get Cultured,” is a museum dedicated to telling stories of Latin culture and history.