CSULB student government is pairing up with other area CSUs to voice opposition to the increase.
Campus facilities management invites faculty and students to discuss campus planning.
The CSU system could see tuition costs rise as early as next year.
The proposed CSULB tuition increase is highlighted at the Lobby Corps meeting.
Student government plans for grand re-opening of the Beach Pantry.
There’s plenty at stake in the November elections and Associated Students, Inc. is working to make sure everyone on the Cal State Long Beach campus is registered to vote.
CSULB student government is looking to aid the university in achieving Initiative 2025.
Since Lemos became the coordinator, KBeach has flourished. In the academic year 2014-15, it had seven students receive national internships and five receive national awards.
The Long Beach Post heralded as community influencers.
Panelists discuss the intersecting issues of art, race and censorship.
ASI resolution to save Science Center and Mobile Science Museum passses second round at senate.
ASI’s Lobby Corps emphasizes the importance of student involvement in the political process.
Journalism department invites specialists to discussion on protected speech in an election cycle
The student government addressed voter registration and disability awareness.
Students shared their memories of the attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
Here’s what you missed at this week’s Associated Students Inc. Senate meeting:
The event, hosted by Associated Students Inc., ended Week of Welcome.
At Cal State Long Beach, university officials are hoping that their Student Emergency Intervention and Wellness Program — that intervenes with extra food and housing — will help any students in crisis with an emphasis on keeping them in school.
The “Beach Pantry,” stocked with canned beans, soups, grape juice and other goods, is a new resource at Cal State Long Beach for students who find themselves unable to cover the combined costs of study and meals.
Mobul helped California State University Long Beach acquire six mobility scooters to check out to students who have temporary disabilities due to injuries, illness or surgery.