By: Kristopher Carrasco

Students and teachers at California State University, Long Beac are seeking to introduce Project Rebound, a rehabilitation program for formerly incarcerated individuals entering higher education, by Fall 2017. 

By: Paola Fernandez

Saint Patrick's Day might be over, but that doesn't mean the celebration is over. Here is our recipe for vegetarian shepherd's pie!
 

By: Sedonah Najera

Want to make the perfect at home Shamrock Shake? With these simple steps, you'll have the perfect, tastiest shake for Saint Patrick's Day.
 

By: Denny Cristales

Here are the highlights from last week's DIG Plays live stream of Jackbox Game on the PS! Featuring: Parker Shannon, Antonio Henriques, Denny Angel Cristales, Jose Oliver De Castro, Daniel Green and Amanda Del Cid Lugo.

By: Denny Cristales

We tried out the McDonald's Grand Mac and Mac Jr. Are they enough to satisfy your hunger? Find out.
 

By: Denny Cristales

CSULB student Andrew Cruz, who works at Food 4 Less store 762 in Long Beach, California, was honored at the Disneyland Hotel on Saturday, along with other fellow employees, for their customer service.
 

By: Denny Cristales

DIG Magazine and the Daily 49er earned publication awards at the annual California College Media Association conference on Saturday. DIG earned awards in the Best Magazine, Best Online Website, Best Photo, Best Photo Series, Best Story, Best Cover Design and the Best Inside Page Design/Spread categories.

By: Denny Cristales

Here are the highlights from last week's Facebook livestream of Double Dragon IV, featuring from left: Denny Cristales, Antonio Henriques and Parker Shannon! 

By: Justin Covington

Seven hate letters were sent to Islamic Centers in California, Georgia, and Rhode Island. They were all addressed to "Children of Satan," praised Donald Trump and called Muslims, "a vile and filthy people."

By: Justin Covington

Donald Trump has promised to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, which gives undocumented immigrants temporary relief from deportation and ability to work in the U.S.
 

By: Uche Ezeoke

CSULB student Jordan Daniels created a project that focuses on the concept of self-love and acceptance of our perceived flaws.

By: Uche Ezeoke

Here is a quick drone view of the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) campus. 
 

By: Denny Cristales, Grester Celis-Acosta, Jose De Castro and Miguel Brito

The Long Beach State Athletics women's basketball team will face Oregon State University this Friday at 2 p.m. on ESPN2 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament! Also catch a radio broadcast on KBeach Radio.

By: Denny Cristales

DIG Magazine goes up north with this feature of Kirimachi Ramen, a business that opened in San Francisco's financial district in November.
 

By: Kristopher Carrasco, Michael Garcia and Yasmin Cortez

The CSULB eSports Association hosted BeachCon 2017 in The Pointe at the Walter Pyramid. The two day event included food, cosplayers, tournaments with prizes and raffles.

By: Sedonah Najera

Adding liquid nitrogen to ice cream sounds more like a science project than a delectable dessert, right? What makes Creamistry unique is that it uses liquid nitrogen to instantly freeze the ice cream in front of the customers.
 

By: Yasmin Cortez

CSULB student, Gabriel Green pursues a career in professional MMA Fighting. Read more about his story.

 

By: Justin Covington & Lauren Gandara

Long Beach residents got a chance to experience Luke's Diner like the one in the hit show Gilmore Girls. Netflix set up Luke's Diner in over 200 locations across the U.S. to promote the new season coming in November.

By: Denny Cristales

9/11 Remembrance Day recognized the lives lost in the terrorist attacks 15 years ago.

 

By: Justin Covington

According to a Long Beach Police press release a suicidal man armed with a knife called dispatch and said he wanted to "commit suicide by cop." When police arrived they called a Mental Evaluation Team to assist. The man charged at the LBPD when they shot and killed him.

By: Justin Covington & Wardah Imran

Microaggressions, named not for their insignificance but for their frequent and incessant nature at the most interpersonal level, have proven to have damaging impacts on people of color. Video by Justin Covington and Wardah Imran