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The Official ASI Newsletter

Beachfront


March 2017
An Evening With Common!
An Evening With Common banner
ASI 60th Anniversary Celebration banner

You’re invited to celebrate the 60th anniversary celebration of Associated Students! ASI is boasting a proud 60 years of keeping students first at CSULB and the entire campus community is invited to join the festivities that ASI has put together!

Finals Week banner

Ahoy there, 49ers! Finals week is coming up—are you ready? If you’re still a little weary, leave it to ASI to help you get through this crazy journey with a week full of activities, free food and opportunities to kick back!

Homecoming banner

Homecoming is fast approaching, kicking off basketball season at the Beach with a spirited tailgate. Full of carnival food, tailgate games and buzzing music, this annual party is one you’ll hate to miss!

2017 Big Event Survey banner

You’ve seen Miguel, Wale and Grammy award winning artist Trey Songz rock the Walter Pyramid in these past few years, but the question is - what’s next?

ASI Executive Team banner

Welcome to another year at the Beach! As your 2016 – 2017 ASI student body president I’m excited to welcome you to another year of working together to create positive changes on our campus.

Rockin’ Finals Week Banner

Books, coffee, Netflix, late nights and last-minute cramming—finals week is here! In their semesterly tradition, the University Student Union (USU) will be presenting the campus with a rock ‘n’ roll-themed finals week schedule of events.

TEDx at CSULB Banner

That’s right, TEDx came to CSULB! This independently organized TEDx conference was an opportunity to hear from leading thinkers and doers in the Long Beach community while they presented unique ideas, engaged in deep discussion and talked about their work to inspire change.

Women’s History Celebration Banner

March is Women’s History Month and the USU Program Council—in partnership with the Women’s & Gender Equity Center—will be holding a celebration of women’s history, including a panel and movie-showing of “Suffragette.”