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Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley announced in an email the timeline for the process of finding a new mascot for the university, to be led by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI).
On Saturday March 16, R&B soul singer Daniel Caesar graced Cal State Long Beach with his presence for this year’s Big Event hosted by CSULB’s ASI.
Long Beach State students can officially submit ideas for a new mascot to replace Prospector Pete. Associated Students Inc.
President Genesis Jara has focused her Associated Student Inc. presidential campaign on working with underrepresented communities at Long Beach State.
ASI is installing foot-washing stations in the University Student Union by the end of the spring semester to accommodate religious students who need to wash their feet before prayer.
The final round of votes in early May will determine the university’s new identity.
The choices are sharks, stingrays and "Go Beach," a vote for no mascot.
Members outlined their vision for the future in detailed document.
LBSU found themselves looking for other places to sit as a swarm of bees took over a part of the University Student Union.
Finale event celebrates record number of program participants with food, games and prizes.
Actor performs to thunderous applause.
The Senate shared student concerns that the university would drop the ball about updating the campus with new emergency locks.
ASI purchased a new solar cart early September after being selected to receive a Calrecycle grant for $60,000. The cart helps ASI transport non-perishable food selections to the Beach Pantry.
Senate members explore options to expand availability to condoms and contraceptives for students on campus.
Velasquez proposed an idea to bring affordable lawyers on campus for students who need accessible legal representation.
ASI directors and senators brainstormed new ideas to expand mental health resources for students on campus.
Wednesday’s ASI meeting brought the board of directors and senators together to talk about student concerns over the lack of bike racks on campus and motions to implement future changes to combat bike thefts.
CSULB has hired new people as chief of staff and ASI executive director. Both administrators are excited to become part of the university and bring with them a passion for education.
The 2019 convocation recapped CSULB’s achievements over the past year and provided a glimpse towards where the campus will be by 2030.