“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.
Long Beach State Men's Basketball opens this season with a win, but only time will tell if they can keep this groove going.
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.
What does it take to crew?
LBSU women's volleyball missed the postseason by a longshot, but are optimistic about the potential of their young stars in the coming seasons.
On Oct. 29, Gustavo Ortega and Miguel Vargas made history after airing their first-ever Spanish broadcast during women’s soccer’s 2-0 win over UC Davis.
Hey y’all. I’m Bailey, and I’ll be your editor-in-chief for the next year here at 22 West Magazine — and what a year it’s going to be.
Beach Pride Events' annual Gobble Games continue to allow students to have fun before the holidays while contributing to those in need.
An amazing strike by senior midfielder Gianna Montini lifts the Tigers to a 1-0 win over The Beach.
Long Beach State decimates St. John, 6-0, led by senior midfielder Dana Fujikuni’s brace.
Although hazing is accountable for numerous deaths and injuries, a lack of college disciplinary action and an unspoken code of silence within college organizations allows this behavior to continue on campuses across America.
Long Beach veterans argue that their service doesn't end with their retirement.
Dance is a universal language, and we all have the ability to speak it.
A quick refresher on what women’s soccer did over the break at The Beach
Expect both teams to come out this season fast and furious
The Beach takes home some wins on Veteran's Weekend.
Sexism in the film and television industry has not gone away, but amongst it, Wonder Woman is a symbol of female empowerment.