Anabelle Custodio

Anabelle Custodio Anabelle is a journalist studying Public Relations at the California State University of Long Beach with the hope of giving representation to underrepresented, marginalized, and disadvantaged communities by informing the public of their struggles as well as the beauty of diversity and tolerance.

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A woman sits in front of a computer with her face pressed into her hands. Letter grades F, B minus, C, and D plus float around her.

CSULB students upset by proposed change to current grading policy

Mar. 19, 2021 / By
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The proposed change could lead to the integration of pluses and minuses into grades, impacting GPAs and decisions based on them like academic probation and financial aid.
Three photos are laid out over a light pink and baby blue background. From left to right: a detailed bullet journal, a young woman riding a bike along a road and hills, and a young man lifting a weight over his head.

Long Beach youth share how they’ve coped with pandemic-related anxieties

Feb. 25, 2021 / By
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Long Beach youth tell us about the hobbies they've picked up to deal with anxieties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on your preferences, discover which feminist icon you are most like!

QUIZ: Which Feminist Icon Are You?

Mar. 23, 2020 / By , , , and
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Based on your preferences, discover which feminist icon you are most like!

The stigma against liberal arts is counterproductive and just plain wrong – Youth Commentary

Mar. 2, 2020 / By
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Liberal art students are often scolded that their desired careers are not profitable and do not contribute to society, but this is simply not true.
Angela Mooney D’arcy is part of the Acjachemen tribe, indigenous to the area today known as Orange County. When she heard that Long Beach’s Aquarium of the Pacific was hosting a public forum on the future of California’s oil rigs, it was to her dismay that no environmental community groups or tribes were invited to be part of the panels, she said.

“Priced Out” — Public Forum on LB’s Future with Oil Rigs’ was $125 Per Ticket

Feb. 6, 2020 / By and
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Panels featured scientists, oil executives, and Angela Mooney D’arcy, a Native American of the Acjachemen tribe who “prodded” her way on stage.

Shutting Down Oil Rigs Poses Environmental Dilemma, Leaders Say

Jan. 30, 2020 / By
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What will shutting down oil rigs off Long Beach’s coast mean for the environment -- and for those heavily invested in them?