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Film Club introduces FLIC to educate students on classic films

Film Club introduces FLIC to educate students on classic films

October 17, 2017

Once a month, room 127 in the Telecommunications building goes pitch black as Cal State Long Beach students pack in, fire up the projector, make some popcorn and watch a classic movie. CSULB Film Club began its fir...

Cal State Long Beach ceramics professor gets his own exhibit in New York

Cal State Long Beach ceramics professor gets his own exhibit in New York

October 11, 2017

Jay Kvapil paces back and forth for an hour and a half in his studio at Cal State Long Beach, then decides to put a brushstroke on the flat bowl which he had shaped earlier at home. Finally, he places the...

CSULB graduates strive to advance women in the arts

CSULB graduates strive to advance women in the arts

October 10, 2017

Handwoven cotton and vinyl thread work created by Annette Heully and Dawn Ertl drape across the Huntington Beach Art Center gallery. Artists and Cal State Long Beach alumnae, Heully and Ertl are currently fea...

CSULB Video Game Development Association gives players a chance to create the action

CSULB Video Game Development Association gives players a chance to create the action

Joel Vaughn, Staff Writer

October 4, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Features

Aspiring video game developers have the chance to boost their career prospects with Cal State Long Beach’s Video Game Development Association, as the group powers its newest projects bit by bit. Th...

Johnny Mam: putting Cambodian filmmakers in focus

Johnny Mam: putting Cambodian filmmakers in focus

September 26, 2017

Producing films, organizing film festivals and seeking out Cambodian artists all make up a typical year for filmmaker Johnny Mam. After graduating from Cal State Long Beach in 2012 with a degree in film and...

CSULB Esports Association looks to expand on success

CSULB Esports Association looks to expand on success

Hunter Lee, Staff Writer

September 10, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Features

Sounds of button-mashing and shouting fill the air, as a sea of faces flash blue from the many screens lighting up the room. Over 40 students armed with console systems and gaming laptops crowded the ...

CSULB Professor wins grant for book in progress

CSULB Professor wins grant for book in progress

Kat Schuster, Staff Writer

September 6, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Showcase

Tracing history’s long forgotten footprints would be a monotonous task to some, for Emily Berquist Soule, it’s a thrilling adventure. Berquist, an author and historian of colonial Latin America and a...

Pixar pays a visit

Pixar pays a visit

August 27, 2017

One animation writing class got a special treat this summer after computer animation company Pixar sent artists to their class to work with the students and help them develop their writing. Students lear...