Even with the many controversies and triumphs of Kanye West, he had an impact on me in different ways as I grew up.
The COVID-19 vaccines have been available since January, people are refusing to get the vaccines and the reasoning and excuses people have for not getting have been weak if they have not been openly against the vaccine.
While I’m the eldest daughter and the first in my family to pursue a bachelor’s degree, it can become overwhelming at times because my parents escaped from poverty to leave everything behind.
After a unique semester, summer is finally around the corner.
The president’s promises have been followed with little action.
This student says yes.
Over 44 million Americans hold $1.7 trillion in student debt. These numbers are only increasing, and COVID-19 isn’t helping.
After over 90 years, history was made at this year’s Academy Awards as the first woman of color, and the second woman in history, won the Oscar for Best Directing.
As things appear to be getting back to normal, CSULB student Berenize Montoya takes a moment to look back at the past year.
Students within the arts have adapted to working virtually, but as in-person opportunities begin to return, it is integral that the arts aren’t left behind.