Week of Welcome at Long Beach State will take place virtually from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4 for the first time in the campus’ history, causing many changes for the event.
Associated Students Inc. leaders have decided to close the on-campus recycling center after finalizing the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
The resolution looks to help students whose parents claimed them as dependents for tax purposes and are not eligible for the federal stimulus checks.
One by one, students pulled up in their cars, parked and waited on masked-volunteers to pack their trunks with bagged groceries Friday in the parking lot in front of Brotman Hall
Associated Students Inc. gave positive feedback on plans for a potential virtual celebration targeted for early summer.
Since the suspension of in-person classes and closure of some facilities at Long Beach State due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students have taken to social media to voice concerns about where tuition and enrollment fees are going.
Associated Student Inc. passed a resolution that would allow the Social Justice and Equity Committee to give more of a voice to students.
As Long Beach State continues its transition to alternative teaching methods, some sense of normalcy was returned with the ASI elections.
The resolution disapproves of any financial ties or support of any companies or organizations which were complicit or profited off of the Chinese government’s oppression of the Uyghurs, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The Associated Students Inc. Beach Pantry hosted a one-day pop-up market Tuesday to offer assistance to students after President Jane Close-Conoley sent out an email calling for the reduction of use to the University Student Union.
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.
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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.