The Associated Students Inc. (ASI) judiciary team hosted their final “Know Your Rights” event that highlighted workers’ rights and protections Tuesday evening.
The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Beach Kitchen held its grand opening ceremony at the University Dining Plaza on Wednesday, April 20 to demonstrate nutritional cooking programs available to the Beach community.
Long Beach State Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) hosted a meet and greet with student government executives called “Take a Sec with the Execs,” at the University Student Union (USU) west patio on Tuesday, April 19.
The “Plant a Plant” event organized by Sustain U took place on Tuesday evening, where students were invited to play with plants and understand environmental awareness during Earth Month.
As the annual Earth Day celebration approaches, Long Beach State has several places on campus where students and faculty members can recycle materials such as bottles, cans, paper, and food waste.
Isaac Julian, who served as the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Academic Affairs Officer and Senator-At-Large, was recently elected ASI president in the 2022 elections on March 17.
Long Beach State’s Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) election ballots are now open for students to vote for their preferred candidate to serve in student government for the 2022 to 2023 school year.
The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) student government election ceremony was held in-person at the University Student Union (USU) south plaza on Thursday afternoon.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Cindy Aguilera goes over the latest campus news. Daily 49er reporter Isabel Silagy wrote that the wage gap continues affecting many women in finance, law, education and nursing.
Long Beach State Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) hosted its third annual Students of Color conference in the University Student Union (USU) ballrooms on Saturday, March 19.
Long Beach State held the first two days of its annual Week of Welcome event in the central quad and displayed campus clubs, organizations, departments and resources for students.
In this week’s episode, host Cindy Aguilera dives into the latest campus news and CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro’s sudden resignation after a petition began circulating for his removal.
Several Long Beach State seniors spoke in objection to a survey regarding the spring 2022 graduation ceremony during the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) senate meeting’s public comment on Wednesday afternoon.
Construction for the vendor began in December of last year after the contract with Robeks expired. Shake Smart was selected to replace it because of their unique customer self-order system as well as their compatibility with student flex dollars.
For mental and physical health, the Long Beach State Student Recreation and Wellness Center offers a multitude of resources to fit the needs of students.
Long Beach State’s Beach Pride Events moved the spring semester’s Week of Welcome (WoW) event to the end of February due to the campus’ late start for in-person instruction.
Long Beach State has transitioned to online instruction until Feb. 7 due to an increase in Omicron variant cases. However, select campus facilities and services are currently open for students and faculty members.
With finals week around the corner, Associated Students Inc. (ASI) have planned a diverse schedule of events for students to attend as a study break at the University Student Union (USU).
Día de Los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead,” is a traditional Latin American two-day holiday that celebrates the lives of family, friends and loved ones who have passed.
At its peak, the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center could hold up to 200 children on a typical day.