ASI will be hosting events Monday through Friday to celebrate The Future U: Back to the Beach Week, Jan. 23 to 26! This week will focus on discovering what kinds of resources students want to see in the University Student Union (USU) accompanied with fun prizes, giveaways and games!
The “starving college student” era has been romanticized and accepted, but is it just a quirky phrase? Or is it a real, actionable issue that needs attention? ASI’s Beach Pantry—available to all Long Beach State students—tries to answer this question.
Creating outlines, catching up on reading and reviewing a semester’s worth of notes. Yep, it sounds like Finals Week is upon us! And here in Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) we also know that studying is no easy task. That’s why we want to share opportunities you can use throughout the day to help you conquer the next two weeks.
Students often have the misconception it is unattainable to live a sustainable lifestyle, but there are accessible ways to protect and nurture our planet! Here are Sustain U’s tips and tricks to be more mindful of the waste we produce and what we can do to have a more positive impact on our planet as students.
Stop what you're doing, it’s time to get lost in some new tunes! We’ve gathered a list of songs that our Associated Students, Inc. student assistants are loving right now. Below you'll find songs categorized into "the sounds of..." subsections based on what listening experience you're going for. Let yourself unwind and become immersed in the magical world of music! What will you stream first?
Mental wellness looks different for everyone, there is not a one-size-fits all approach. The things that work for one individual will likely not work the same way for you. This is the beauty of the mental well-being spectrum and all its vastness. This just means that we are all unique and there are many ways beyond breathing exercises and meditation to calm our busy minds.
A new plus or minus grading policy has been proposed at Long Beach State University (LBSU). According to representatives in Associated Students Government, LBSU is one of two California State Universities that has not adopted the new system. Currently, the Curriculum and Educational Policies Council (CEPC) has the grading policy open for review with the recommendation to consider plus or minus grading.