• “Woke!: A Revolutionary Cabaret” That is More of a Gut Reaction


    “Woke!” consists of a series of spoken-word personal narratives that deal with racism, sexism, feminism and all of their intricate intersectionalities. It’s the first installment in the theatre’s “Devising Democracy” series, a line of productions intended to generate conversation around current political issues.

  • ASI Needs Your Artwork for an Exciting New Exhibit Featuring Diverse Communities


    Long Beach State University’s Associated Students, Inc. is featuring the first Conscious Collection Exhibit, an art gallery by and for veterans, those with mental and physical disabilities, international students and the LGBTQ+ community.

  • I Travelled Very Far To See A Play


    I spent a lot of that weekend worrying that I was going to regret going. It’s the middle of midterms, I have a lot of deadlines, papers, readings and projects. I tried to cram as much as I could before departing and I’ve been paying for the weekend since I got back. But seeing this show, with its amazing cast and all of the hard work and labor put into it, was worth it.

  • Idle Hands


    From our Creative Writing Competition winner, Eric Lomax, a redemption story of a robbery gone wrong.

  • LBSU Reopens Student Art Galleries


    The LBSU School of Art reopened its student art galleries on Sunday evening in its first exhibition of the academic year.

  • The Kusama Conundrum


    In this new age of vanity, Kusama definitely is not ignorant to the new developments of the selfie and social media with her "Infinity Mirrors."

  • Wake Up Cali It’s Winter!


    Winter ought to come sooner or later, but for now let's just work with what we have in our closets and hope the California climate can finally catch up with the changing season.

  • Wonder Women are Everywhere


    Sexism in the film and television industry has not gone away, but amongst it, Wonder Woman is a symbol of female empowerment.

  • Zuly de la Rose


    Born in the U.S. to Oaxacan parents, 21-year-old South Los Angeles photographer Zuly Garcia has taken it upon herself to portray indigenous women and their beauty through a project entitled “Flores Politicos."