Actor performs to thunderous applause.
Finale event celebrates record number of program participants with food, games and prizes.
LBSU found themselves looking for other places to sit as a swarm of bees took over a part of the University Student Union.
Members outlined their vision for the future in detailed document.
The choices are sharks, stingrays and "Go Beach," a vote for no mascot.
The final round of votes in early May will determine the university’s new identity.
ASI is installing foot-washing stations in the University Student Union by the end of the spring semester to accommodate religious students who need to wash their feet before prayer.
President Genesis Jara has focused her Associated Student Inc. presidential campaign on working with underrepresented communities at Long Beach State.
Long Beach State students can officially submit ideas for a new mascot to replace Prospector Pete. Associated Students Inc.
On Saturday March 16, R&B soul singer Daniel Caesar graced Cal State Long Beach with his presence for this year’s Big Event hosted by CSULB’s ASI.
Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley announced in an email the timeline for the process of finding a new mascot for the university, to be led by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI).
The Associated Students Inc. Senate passed a resolution approving the search for a new mascot and outlining its plan Wednesday.
Associated Students Inc. senators fiercely debated a resolution during Wednesday’s meeting that would support a bill to fund abortions on campus.
Students, alumni and advocates packed and overflowed the Associated Students Inc.
An Associated Students Inc. Senate resolution that would support on-campus abortions passed by a narrow margin Wednesday, despite objection from the campus Student Health Services.
Associated Students Inc. election campaigns will begin March 11 despite a lack of candidates running. Currently there are seven elected positions that are currently vacant, including two senator positions.
Commissioners representing the needs of specific groups of students were appointed to Associated Students Inc. after being interviewed by the President’s board and confirmed by ASI senate.
Off-agenda discussion of the mascot search committee during the Associated Students Inc. Senate meeting sparked conflict among the board, leading to a rare interruption of the vice president Wednesday.
Students grabbed coffee and talked with Associated Student Inc. executive candidates Wednesday to receive information for the upcoming senate election.
As a first generation Mexican-American, 21-year-old political science major Lizbeth Velasquez is the first in her family of five to attend college.