Beach Pride Events' annual Gobble Games continue to allow students to have fun before the holidays while contributing to those in need.
A Muslim community leader stands strong in dark times.
They are everywhere: in movies, makeup, fashion, food, even on your Starbucks cup. Of course, I’m talking about mermaids, the glittery, effortless beauties that capture every Coachella girl’s attention once the weather starts heating up. But why is the obsession with these creatures so prevalent, and why do we want to emulate them so much?
How 'hook-up' culture has redefined relationships in college.
How One Man’s Opinion Sparked National Debate
It is safe to say that the years of calling people nerds or geeks as a means of offense are indeed over.
ASI holds art show highlighting Long Beach's veteran and LGBTQ+ communities.
HAM ON EVERYTHING team up to bring awareness to the darkness of the party scene.
Empowering a community is just a beat away
The recent sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his outspoken disapproval of birth control has put Kavanaugh in the center of conversation.
Long Beach veterans argue that their service doesn't end with their retirement.
How dating for financial benefit is becoming a college-age trend.
A Performance of a Lifetime.
CSULB’s Speed Dating doesn’t make it any easier to “find” romance.
Reflecting on the double standards of stepping out of the closet.
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."