Los Angeles Hospitality Training Academy Kitchen’s Chef Paul Blanco taught a taco technique class on Tuesday as part of the Latinx Heritage Month events.
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New College of the Arts dean, Royce W. Smith, hopes to build community and address ongoing issues for staff and students.
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.
Long Beach’s exclusively queer film festival is back.
People buy books but use them as a decor nowadays. But now it’s time to dust off some of those books and start reading.
The Department of Theatre Arts first production of the semester explores queer challenges through the lens of a diverse cast.
The new Esports Lounge at the USU will host a variety of gaming competitions for student gamers this fall semester.
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.