BY: MAC WALBY
In a month packed with major new and returning titles on the gaming front, November brought with it major successes and serious controversies. Here is a breakdown of all the highlights and lowlights from this month.
By Natalie Rodriguez
As cliché as it sounds, most college students are stuck living at home and that situation makes it hard or even impossible to find ways to be intimate with their partners. No need to spend money on expensive and decent hotels for a couple of hours, or face the last resort of intimacy in a cramped and confined space while having difficulties of what position to do so you can feel some kind of pleasure.
By: Kristopher Carrasco
Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and HBO Go are here for all of our programming needs in the form of apps and even come pre-installed in many smart devices. The problem is that there are several different services streaming an immense library of content making that it may be hard to decide which one to invest your hard earned money into. Luckily, we’ll decide for you with this streaming service showdown.
By Daniel Green
Oralia Urias always knew that she wanted to have a career in the theater. As a child, she would perform skits for her family. “I did sports, and I did everything (else), but I kind of quit things,” Urias said. “Theater was the one thing I kept going back to, and I knew it was going to be my career.”She got serious about theater in high school after seeing an improv group from Cerritos College perform at her school.
Story by: Ashley Olmedo
For all you dog lovers out there, Los Angeles has the perfect café: The Dog Café. It functions as both a café and dog shelter, and it’s also the first of its kind in the United States. The café’s sole purpose is to rescue dogs of all ages and breeds, then serve as a halfway house for these rescued dogs to help rehabilitate them and hopefully find them loving forever homes.
Story and photos by: Elizabeth Ortiz
Despite being known as snooty, Bixby Knolls, a business district close to the Cal State Long Beach campus, is worth visiting. It is fun and young and revitalizing itself constantly. The district’s people focus their pride on being one of the major business improvement districts since the post-war era.
By: Grester Celis-Acosta
While people love watching their favorite super heroes on the big screen, nothing beats reading the original stories from a comic book and seeing the original art of your favorite characters. Long Beach is home to three comic book stores where you can purchase your favorite comic books or collectible items.
BY TIFFANY VAN GILDER
Most people think of vacation when they hear the word travel. Vacation from work or school, but not a lot of people know how much knowledge you gain from traveling. I’ve been lucky enough to get the chance to travel and without sounding too cliché, it has changed the way I live life.
By: Xally Salgado
Need to reduce body fat or tone all major muscles? Buddy, what you need is a swim in your life, and it’s never too late to start swimming as a workout. Swimming is said to be one of the best exercises as it works out the whole body and has a low impact on joints, but like any other physical activity when improper techniques are practiced, there are consequences.
By Madison Gallegos
It’s the plague of “fast fashion,” a blanket term for retailers who sell low-quality products at low prices while receiving new inventory about every two weeks. Yeah, that’s right, I said low quality. You didn’t think retailers would just cut you a break and sell you great clothes for $12.99, did you? You may have noticed that the clothes you buy from here will begin to deteriorate after a few months. They may lose their vibrancy, stretch out, and even start to unravel or tear.