ASI announced the lineup for its annual musical event, happening May 12.
Packed audience eager to voice their opinion on divestment at ASI meeting.
The student government will be revamping its structure for the new school year.
Jonathan Wanless takes school involvement to a whole new level.
Audience expresses opinions on divestment proposals; ASI pushes out many new resolutions.
The resolution calls for divestment in companies that invest in Israel.
Recently elected in ASI runoffs, Joe Nino is set to step up as vice president.
Student senators discuss parking, divestments and fall break.
Daniel Gomez takes his experience in student advocacy.
The center continues to innovate despite low student awareness.
ASI discusses the fate of week-long fall breaks, Dale Lendrum speaks out against accusations of misogyny during election.
Student government discusses the multiple repairs set for buildings on campus.
Joe Nino and Jonathan Wanless secure vice president and treasurer jobs in a close vote.
The tuition increases, the mood decreases
Daniel Gomez wins presidential election, vice president and treasurer to run-off election.
CSULB celebrates Women’s History Month by taking a look at past feminists as well as the problems the new generation of feminists face.
Student government created a resolution to make USU and SWRC safe spaces.
Student media proposes to integrate KBEACH, Union Weekly and College Beat TV under one name.
For the 2017-18 Associated Student, Inc. elections, candidates are doing everything from reaching students directly through events like Coffee with the Candidates to posting signs around campus to get students to vote.
Panel of potential student leaders present their ideas for the future of CSULB.