At 26 years old, I’m finally graduating college with a degree in journalism.
Motherhood amidst adversity
The moment student Samantha Schoner received a positive pregnancy test result, her teenage life was taken from her as she navigated through motherhood amidst adversities.
Letter to the Editor
CSULB Counselor Faculty member Kirstyn Chun responds to the upcoming closure of the Child and Family Center.
“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.
Worldwide Magic: How Christmas at Disneyland Brings Families Together
As a cast member at Disneyland Resort, I have seen firsthand how Christmas hits just a little differently when you are at “The Happiest Place on Earth.”
Support a Family Business This Holiday Season: Todd’s Christmas Trees
It’s Christmas tree shopping season–what better time than now to support a woman-run family business?
Mental Health First, Defeat Academic Pressure
With finals approaching, students will face academic pressure that may affect their mental health.
The summer my family fell in love with Emmanuel Goldstein
Reflecting on a failed relationship and following their descent into an echo chamber.
The Incredibles: More than just a Super Suit
Superheroes are people too.
The youth fly high at the Festival of Flight
The Festival of Flight attracted several people of all ages and brought spotlight along with awareness to aviation. Kids received hands on experience and were able to sit in some of the aircrafts, a first step into flying to their future career.