Luk-Mattew Phanbandith is the first in his family to graduate and has worked hard for his graduation to be an achievement he can call his own.
Class of ’23 shares differing perspectives on the CSULB experience
Three students from the class of 2023 open up about their experience at Long Beach State, sharing both the positives and negatives of their college careers.
T-Pain brings the energy to CSULB at ASI Big Event
When the time stroke 6 p.m., students rushed though The Walter Pyramid doors to get a good spot to see chart topping artist T-Pain. The event served as a way to end the semester prior to finals.
One hundred bucks
A personal essay about a time when helping someone get home cost me more than a hundred dollars.
Don’t fall for the Dunk hype
The Nike Dunk is a classic, but the price is not right.
The spring slack phenomenon
The rise and fall of academic motivation takes place at the exact same time, every year, without fail. For students, attitudes toward academic motivation greatly plunge from the fall semester to the spring semester.
What I learned after 12 years of Catholic school
After 12 years of Catholic school, I have a different view on spirituality.
Using ChatGPT as an academic tool
Many universities have banned the use of ChatGPT due to the risk of
students using it to write their academic papers. However, there is a way to use this software to as an appropriate tool for one’s studies.
Letter from the Editors
Daily Forty-Niner seniors express their feelings on this years commencement ceremony.
Dressing sustainably doesn’t require perfection
Some people are intimidated by sustainable fashion due to perfectionist expectations. While there may be “no ethical consumption under capitalism,” there are degrees of ethicality in which some actions are better than none.