Every semester, the president of ASI delivers an update on the organization and its ongoing mission to support and enhance the student experience at Long Beach State. This important tradition is known as the State of the Associated Students speech.
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Reflection has been one of the defining characteristics of 2020. As the fight to dismantle systemic racism grows across the nation, ASI is determined to pull their weight by implementing meaningful changes this year and beyond.
Hungry for something fun? Let us help. In the spirit of the holidays, here’s an interactive quiz to learn a little more about yourself. Based on the meals you choose, we’ll tell you what type of friend you are.
Going to school from home has changed the environment of learning, but the quality does not have to be affected too. For students needing academic resources, the University Student Union (USU) is hosting the CSULB Technology Loan program, providing students with laptop and hotspot loans.
When Joseph Awaida, Raihan Dakhil and their 3-year-old son Omar were fatally struck by an intoxicated driver last Halloween, it sent shockwaves throughout the Beach community. On a sentimental one-year anniversary, two benches have been dedicated in memoriam of the family at the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center (IPCDC).
Good morning, Long Beach State,
I’d first like to thank those who registered and voted in this year’s very important election. Your actions are the foundation of our democracy and, as students, our voices continue to evoke the necessary change in our nation. This cycle has elicited strong passions, uncertainty, and anxiety for so many of our students.
This fall semester has been anything but ordinary. With attending classes on Zoom, working from home, and living in close quarters, it’s hard not to feel overwhelmed at times. Looking for a way to remedy that stress? Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at The Beach is here for you.
It’s been quite the shark frenzy these past few weeks on TikTok! Many shark dancers at LBSU have shown off their dance s’gills in our #LBSUSharkChallenge. I’m positive that Elbee is impressed with all of the submissions that we’ve received! Now, it’s time to announce our three finalists for this fierce competition.
What You Need to Know About Prop 16
What is Proposition 16? Proposition 16 is a measure that appears on the November 2020 ballot. Put on the ballot by the California State Legislature, Proposition 16 would repeal Proposition 209 (1996), allowing for race, ethnicity, sex, nationality and color to be factors in public employment, education and contracting decisions. Proposition 16 would not create racial quotas; the U.S. Supreme Court found racial quotas unconstitutional in the Regents of the University of California v. Bakke case (1978).
Pan-African Student Cultural Resource Center
This resource center offers a safe space to support Black and African students, staff and faculty members. The Pan-African Student Cultural Resource Center aims to maintain and ensure support for the cultural growth of the Black and African community at the Beach.
Racial issues have been woven into important elements of our lives, regardless of our consent or awareness.They’re in our government institutions, our educational infrastructures and our social constructions. Our nation’s history has seen the course of slavery, Reconstruction, Jim Crow, the civil rights movement and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA). And yet, over 400 years later, we near another presidential election with bittersweet hope – this will be the year real change sets in.