CSULB Sits on Puvungna Land

In light of Native American Heritage month, it is important to recognize the fact that…

Native American Heritage Month

The first time the Indigenous heritage was celebrated as a holiday in America was back…

The Afro-Latino roots of L.A. is a history we should all know in light of racist comments from Latino leaders

When recorded conversations between four of Los Angeles’s most prominent Latino political leaders—now-resigned 6th District…

Origins of the Ofrenda

When it comes to Dia de Muertos, the first thing that people usually think of…

La Catrina: A Sacred Symbol of The Afterlife

La Catrina symbolizes the cycle of life, and serves as a reminder to enjoy life,…

Día de Muertos: Deeper Than Makeup

Día de Muertos is an ancient tradition that has been around for thousands of years.…

54th Annual Latinx Heritage Month

This September 15th marks the 54th annual Latinx Heritage Month. A month which highlights the…

Back to School in Long Beach: After School Programs and Back to School Shopping

Summer has been flying by! I can’t believe Back to School is just around the…

Why we have a Martin Luther King Jr. parade and celebration

Every year around January 15th, all around the country we celebrate and remember the Reverend…

The History of New Year Resolutions

The ancient Babylonians are said to have been the first people to make New Year…