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Sociology students: Helping students and communities

Sociology students: Helping students and communities

January 27, 2016

From volunteering to aiding unprivileged communities to advocating policies in an effort to better society, Cal State Long Beach’s Sociology Student Association is an engaged and active organization...

New Dog Haus opens its doors this Friday

New Dog Haus opens its doors this Friday

January 26, 2016

This week get ready to experience the newest and absolute würst addition to Long Beach. Dog Haus. Dog Haus is a restaurant that serves gourmet style hotdogs and burgers. Located in downtown Long Beach ...

Full-moon hike “Luna”-cy

Miranda Andrade-Ceja, Arts & Life Editor

January 19, 2016

Filed under Arts & Life, Events, Features, Today

Much like waves crashing against the rocky shores flanking northern California and the ever-consistent weather patterns of phenomena like El Niño, the seemingly ubiquitous presence of the moon is a constant inspiration of thought. Small business owner Becca Gordon is one of the many inspired by our spiraling moon and its lunar calendar. This spiritual understanding of the moon and its properties inspired Gordon to invite...

Hanging onto your New Year

Shawnkira Sanchez, Arts & Life Asst. Editor

January 19, 2016

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Today

Whether your New Year’s celebrations included double-fisting multiple flutes of champagne at a celebratory party or enjoying a two-person party including you and your dog, the question of  resolutions comes into play. But the truth is, the lifespan of most New Year’s resolutions putters out before the first week’s end of January. According to the Mental Health Foundation, nearly 80 percent of the U.S. population fail...

Inspiring awareness ‘Like a Girl’

Inspiring awareness ‘Like a Girl’

Jordan Daniels, Staff Writer

November 12, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Today

Telling someone they act like a girl is a common insult on the playground. Being “girly” is equated to being insignificant, but what does it really mean to act “like a girl?” Is it a sign of...

Different sides of ‘Me’

Different sides of ‘Me’

November 3, 2015

Love, happiness, sadness, anger—these are not only the stages of a break-up but also some of the expressions intricately portrayed in the figurines playfully arrayed throughout the “So Many Me’s”...

A practical guide to carving a jack-o-lantern

Amy Patton, Print Managing Editor

October 29, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Today

Greetings, boos and ghouls! Yes, I went there. Brace yourself for spook-tacular word play and realistic guidelines on carving yourself a gourdeous jack-o-lantern in preparation for Halloween.   Step number fun: Acquire a pumpkin. I don’t care how you do it. Buy it, pick it from a patch, or bribe your co-worker with a how-to story for one. Whatever. Just don’t steal someone else’s jack-o-lantern. Although, if you...

The culture corner

Kevin Flores, Arts & Life Editor

September 29, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Today

Welcome to the culture corner, a recurring series focused on the homesickness, culture collision and assimilation that California State University, Long Beach’s international students experience. It’s a chance to learn about another culture and see your own through a different pair of eyes. Meet Ngozi Kalu, a matriculated student on an F1 visa from Lagos, Nigeria. She’s two years into a nursing degree at the Beach....