In this video we talk with a few Indigenous persons in California about the true history of Thanksgiving.
Be courteous of others and avoid traveling and large gatherings this holiday season.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed how students can celebrate the holidays, including Thanksgiving. For three CSULB students, they share how this holiday is different for them from years past.
A journey of learning my own native history and the terrible history behind this American holiday.
Students wishing to spend time with family this holiday break are being mandated to perform a 14-day quarantine upon returning back home.
If you’ve taken a look ahead at next year’s academic calendar, you’ve probably already discovered that our Fall Break is being cut down to three days, meaning things like vacation and travel plans are going to be a lot more complicated. This is just the latest in a series of[Read More…]
As the holidays get closer, so does Black Friday, as it robs people of having a relaxing Thanksgiving with family. With claims of having the best sales, shopping in person on Black Friday always seems to make people forget what the holiday is actually about: a time to be thankful[Read More…]
Dozens of students spent Wednesday afternoon on the University Student Union lawn decorating photo frames, thank-you cards, bracelets, pumpkin piggy banks and mason jars. Some were even building castles at the third annual Gobble Games and Can Castles. Beach Pride Events and Associated Students Inc. hosted the event for students[Read More…]