The new student body president hopes to advocate for underrepresented communities during her tenure.
Opportunities for free flu shots and Beach Pantry donations promoted during senator presentations.
The university looks to increase voter registration with help from the state representative as part of a competition.
In an hour-long meeting, the university president addressed her take on what’s planned for the future of the campus.
A committee of students, faculty, alumni and staff agreed to relocate the statue, given its controversial background.
Food donations continue to flow, biometrics are introduced in the Child Development Center and campus receives an all-around upgrade.
Clubs may be able to purchase catered food on campus at a lower price this semester.
The new initiative looks to get community input using an online service and workshops.
Here’s how students can get access to discounted or free food, entertainment, and more.
Two-thirds of clubs haven’t made a single post on the platform in over a year.
The extended final meeting attempts to wrap up major items before next semester senators.
The student organization holds student poll to change pronouns to “they/them/their” in its bylaws.
ASI’s lack of planning means students are not going to Disneyland.
Over 1,000 students lined up for hours to receive their $10 Disney Day ticket.
ASI replaces the annual spring concert with a $10 day at Disneyland.
Student government receives pushback from students as they fight to keep an environmental commissioner.
Students who visit the SRWC 50 times in one year can win a semester of paid tuition.
ASI works to provide menstrual products in all bathrooms on campus.
CSULB hosts 'From Death to Life', a panel that hopes to change how people view former inmates.
The Detroit law professor spoke to CSULB about contentions of race in the U.S. and had a signing with his new book.