The 23-year-old jazz singer performed to a sold out crowd in Long Beach as a part of her U.S. tour.
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With students returning to the stage for this year’s graduation ceremony, deans from several CSULB colleges shared their thoughts on the decision to let the class of ’24 walk.
Students on upper campus can now use the Beach Hut as a literal “grab n go” convenient option during quick breaks.
Viva Long Beach was made for and by community members and aimed to be one of the city’s first Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations.
The Department of Theatre Arts first production of the semester explores queer challenges through the lens of a diverse cast.
Nacho Cano, the artist behind Harmless, sat down with the Daily Forty-Niner to talk music, tour life and inspiration.
After the success of her debut album “SOUR” in 2021, Olivia Rodrigo has continued to keep up with the sweet consistency of the angsty teenage girl with the release of her sophomore album titled “GUTS.”
New Age has become a popular movement within the Gen Z spaces, especially among the Christian youth. Are New Age practices biblical?
Elizabeth Dill, new dean of the University Library, hopes to engage the CSULB community with fun events and new policies.
Meet Stuart Sidwell, the popular vendor on campus with a seemingly never-ending collection of CDs, posters and jewelry.