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A rainbow dance performance celebrates joy and self-expression

A rainbow dance performance celebrates joy and self-expression

November 12, 2018

Strips of rainbow-colored cloths that once adorned the audience seats were waved in the air by attendees. They stood up in their aisles to dance along with the performers on stage and embrace a movement...

‘Overlord’ is a bloody thrill ride from start to finish

‘Overlord’ is a bloody thrill ride from start to finish

November 12, 2018

For the past few years, World War II dramas have taken a very conventional approach to their storytelling, focusing on either a key political figure fighting from an office, a few boots on the ground or pl...

La Raza’s Dia de los Muertos 2018

November 12, 2018

La Raza Student Association held their annual Dia de los Muertos event on Nov. 8 in the University Student Union ballrooms. The event, which celebrates the lives of loved ones who have passed, consisted...

Cal Rep play tackles discrimination of women in latest play

Cal Rep play tackles discrimination of women in latest play

November 7, 2018

The stage floor of the Studio Theater was littered with multi-colored confetti when suddenly the prop gate was raised upwards, transporting the audience to a place that tackles the misogyny of the cur...

With a new name, new sound and new EP, Dummie steps up with ‘Cafe Bleu’

With a new name, new sound and new EP, Dummie steps up with ‘Cafe Bleu’

Suzane Jlelati, News Assistant

November 7, 2018

Filed under Arts & Life, Music, Reviews

Dummie, famously known as Dumbfoundead, released his latest EP and 10th solo project, “Cafe Bleu” Friday. In his interview with Complex, Dummie said "Café Bleu” is an imaginary neighborhood spot where every...

Q&A with the new commissioner for Disability Affairs

Q&A with the new commissioner for Disability Affairs

November 7, 2018

Between her new duties and working on campus at the 49er Shops Communications Department, second-year Samantha Brown is busy with reimagining positive experiences for students with disabilities at Long Beach...

Metro Boomin’s ‘Not All Heroes Wear Capes’ is the debut we’ve all been waiting for

Metro Boomin’s ‘Not All Heroes Wear Capes’ is the debut we’ve all been waiting for

November 6, 2018

After spending the majority of 2016 and 2017 riding high on the top of the Billboard charts, hip-hop producer Leland Tyler Wayne, known by his stage name Metro Boomin, had a relatively quiet 2018, after ...

Student art galleries replace regular exhibitions with grad student critique week

Student art galleries replace regular exhibitions with grad student critique week

Brenna Enos, Arts and Life Assistant Editor

November 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Life, Fine Arts, Showcase

The School of Art galleries at Long Beach State changed up the typical student exhibitions this week, with a special Graduate Critique Week located in the Fine Arts Building on campus. The weekly themed...