ASI hosts semesterly club marketing event.
None of the ASI executive candidates won a majority of votes, and the runoff election begins today.
ASI presidential candidate encourages safety and transparency.
The runoff election results are in for two of the executive positions.
The presidential runoff is postponed due to numerous campaign violation complaints.
Jose Salazar talks about what he has achieved during his time in office.
"A Day in the Life" raises student awareness.
Primary Debates screened at USU.
The run-off election was held because each candidate did not receive the majority number of votes to win in his or her category.
A list of the election results.
Campus equality as well as Greek life receive reinforced assistance.
ASI executive candidates give final thoughts ahead of election.
A KBeach producer won the Golden Mike for individual radio writing.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate discussed sexual assault at weekly meeting.
Two trustees and one student vote is not enough to represent the 23 California State University campuses, ASI said.
The ASI Senate tabled everything on the agenda at Wednesday’s meeting.
Grow Beach! hosted a build-it day for the community garden this weekend.
ASI Executive Director Richard Haller endorsed a resolution to increase the number of left-handed desks in classrooms.
In order to publicize the upcoming USU Referendum, Associated Students Inc. spent $20, 000 of the $20,700 available in the advertising budget designated for the USU, ASI communication manager Lindsay San Miguel said via email.
CSULB hosted a human sex trafficking presentation, sponsored by the Women’s Resource Center and the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Department, on Wednesday evening in the University Student Union Beach Auditorium.