ASI directors and senators heard comments about the university using Puvungna as a dumping ground, despite its status as a National Registered Historic Place at CSULB.
While CSULB celebrated the groundbreaking of the Parkside North Dormitory, Native Americans protested the “desecration” of their land.
CSULB in talks to put 500 temporary parking spots on the 22-acre parcel.
Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting tackled student concerns about parking and a mentioned possible parking lot expansion.
One hundred pounds of California coastal flowers fill the sacred land’s space. Talks of potential ceremonial housing are ongoing.
This 10-minute podcast goes over the extensive history of American Indians at Long Beach State.
Looking at Isabel Avila’s art is like looking at a portal into the past. It is hard not to be mesmerized by the surreal photographs that are on display in the Gatov West gallery. The studio art masters student’s exhibition titled, “What Always Was” features photographs of scenery in the[Read More…]
American Indians from all over the state gathered at Long Beach State for the 49th annual Pow Wow held in the Central Quad where they sang and danced throughout the two-day event. Video by: Alex Apatiga Edited by: Paula Kiley
Years of American Indian tradition will be on full display at the 49th Annual California State University, Long Beach Pow Wow Saturday and Sunday at Puvungna. The LBSU Pow Wow is the largest spring celebration in Southern California and usually attracts an estimate of 6,000 people during the two-day event,[Read More…]
On the first Beach Weekly of 2019, James Chow talks with Daily 49er reporters about construction updates from university administration to the Long Beach community, the CSU wide tuition freeze and the new Student Success Center. The special guests on today’s podcast are Hannah Getahun, Austin Brumblay and Paula Kiley.[Read More…]