Associated Student Inc. passed a resolution in support of Jewish students and against anti-Semitism, following an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes in the United States.
Associated Student Inc. voted yes on a resolution that would make it so ASI institutionalizes the practice of acknowledging the Native land that CSULB is built on.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives you the lowdown of upcoming campus events and recent news, including the sentencing of former ASI employee Jamie Williams.
Students were able to receive assistance for food and education on how to eat better as a part of the outreach program sponsored by CalFresh.
After weeks of debate, ASI ruled in favor of lobbying on behalf of the ethnic studies requirement resolution.
The forum was held in response to the Associated Student Inc. Senate voting down resolution #SB 2020-12, a resolution that would support a bill for an ethnic studies general education requirement.
Student protesters at the ASI senate meeting were right. More diverse views of history and culture are desperately needed in all levels of education.
Last week, the ASI Senate voted “no” on a resolution that would require an ethnic studies course to become a general education requirement. Student activists were present this week to protest that decision.
Family-business Brothers Products sold a wide variety of hummus and dips at the Friendship Walk Wednesday for the Farmers Market organized by Associated Students Inc.
Associated Student Inc. supports a resolution that advocates for the passing of Proposition 13, which is important because it would help fund infrastructure improvements on campus.
In a 16-0-2 vote, ASI voted to hear two bills regarding education rights for prisoners.
Following the campus shelter-in-place last semester, many students, faculty and staff were left feeling uneasy as the lack of properly locking doors became apparent.
Associated Students Inc. holds its annual “Back to the Beach Week” to welcome students back to campus in a big way Jan. 21 through Jan. 23.
Inspired by a U.S. culture class, student Lydia Mok is taking a stand against the SRWC policies on sports bras.
Students looking for a change in pace leading up to finals week were able to peacefully unwind at Night of Relaxation, held at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center Wednesday night.
Associated Students Inc. wrapped up the semester by electing new Senate representatives during the last meeting for the year.
Over 300 students gathered at the Richard and Karen Carpenter Center for ‘An Evening With’ Rainn Wilson and Shabnum Mogharabi hosted by ASI’s Beach Pride Events.
On Wednesday night President Conoley tweeted, “Actually we are not the Sharks…”
After a year-long hiatus, The ASI hosted farmers market returned to the Friendship Walk for students to enjoy a variety of local foods.
Students made DIY face masks at the Student Wellness and Recreation Center to promote self-care, Thursday.