Graduating? Celebrate in one of these affordable destinations

Graduating? Celebrate in one of these affordable destinations

There’s no better way to escape your life than taking a trip to a beautiful country. You’re starting a whole new chapter of your life, so go all in and kick it off with a few new adventures. Since most new graduates aren’t laying around in a few thousand dollars here are a few affordable trips.

No Hurdle Too High

No Hurdle Too High

Story By:  Madison McCann and Meghan Sweeney
Photos By: Giovanni Cardenas

If you happen to walk past them on campus, you would likely stare in awe at twin sisters Shalee and Shyann Reynolds. Standing at 5-foot-9, their physical presence catches the eye. Chiseled from years competing in track and field, they look like machines. Many might even feel a twinge of envy, wondering, “Why can’t I be like those girls?”

A Car Enthusiast’s Paradise: Guide to the Long Beach Grand Prix

A Car Enthusiast’s Paradise: Guide to the Long Beach Grand Prix

By: Mark Hyde

With new traffic regulations and strict speed limiters, it's hard to imagine there is a world for people like us. Yes, there is a reason these laws exist, but then it begs the question as to why companies still decide to build cars that are meant to exceed speed limits. 

Quick Questions with Professor Jose Moreno

Quick Questions with Professor Jose Moreno

By: Camila Leon

Jose Moreno is a Professor and chair of the department of Chicano and Latino Studies at CSULB. He was born in Mexico but raised in Oxnard, California. Moreno later studied at UCI and got his Masters and PhD from Harvard University. Most recently, Moreno has been elected as a Councilman for the City of Anaheim and honored as a New American Hero for the work he does promoting successful individuals from immigrant backgrounds.

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