By: Donna Robles
Four ladies sat in front of a large crowd of students at the pyramid at Cal State Long Beach on March 8. A question was presented, one at a time, and all four of them had the chance to answer the question based on their perspectives.
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.
By Tanner Hewitt, Photos by Grester Celis-Acosta
On a placid Saturday morning, a few dozen feet from the Pacific Ocean at Bixby Park in Long Beach, thousands gathered in protest. Through sister rallies around the country, the March For Our Lives became one of the largest organized protests in United States history - a fact made more remarkable because, overwhelmingly, teenagers organized these events.
By: Elizabeth Ortiz
For the past 40 years, Cambodian emigrants have been coming to America and specifically to southern California and Long Beach. They have endured a difficult and long journey from their homeland’s “Killing Fields.”This strong culture is determined to grow roots.
By: Kristopher Carrasco
Everybody knows that walking to class is for squares! Nowadays, all the cool kids are getting across campus on wheels. It’s no wonder why many CSULB students are cruising through campus on all sorts of coasting devices ranging from scooters to skateboards to even Heelys.
By: Jahnelle Washington
Marketing manager. Events manager. Program director. Full-time student.These are just some of the jobs Ennovy Bowman holds down at the college radio station, KBeach Radio. Aside from bringing the student body an eclectic and diverse music selection, she is also an assistant manager at the Body Shop, a beauty supply store.
By: Diane Vay
When you walk past the wooden patio tables with blue umbrellas or flights of stairs leading to the second floor of the University Student Union (USU), you’ll find the office of Multicultural Affairs in room 301. Once you step in, you might get a chance to meet Christian Lozano-Cuellar, 26, and Jonathan Higgins, 31 — both of them assistant directors.