More hours of discussion may lead to a scholarship salary model for student government.
Students look further into the changes to the President’s Scholarship program.
Senate moves resolutions forward to ‘support faculty’ and oppose the policy for forced Friday classes
CSULB Moot Court prepares law students for real trials.
Mobul helped California State University Long Beach acquire six mobility scooters to check out to students who have temporary disabilities due to injuries, illness or surgery.
The Ad Hoc committee passed the proposal for executive compensation Tuesday.
This little-known benefit for students isn't well-known or often-used, but it is possible to argue yourself a better grade.
Associated Student Inc. President Jose Salazar’s push for scholarship-based compensation made headway in an ad hoc Board of Control meeting Monday.
On Monday, Oct. 26, scooters were made available for injured and disabled students to get around campus.
Board of Control approves first readings of big ticket events.
When discussing Associated Student Inc. President Jose Salazar’s DACA scandal, it’s difficult finding an audience that does not react emotionally to any of the arguments fostered in all of this drama.
The Academic Senate has resolved to work with the administration to implement a temporary change to the Policy on Class Scheduling.
The discussion of potentially-required Friday classes in the Academic Senate brought student concerns to the Associated Students, Inc Senate meeting on Wednesday.
The Student Recreation and Wellness Center hosted the first leg of its annual powerlifting competition Wednesday evening at the Main Gym.
Associated Student Inc. Sen. Marvin Flores reported Wednesday to the Senate that the Parking and Transportation Advisory Committee may be raising the price of parking permits because of the high demand on campus.
President Salazar’s proposal to change executive pay policy was diverted to a committee at the Board of Control meeting.
Current ASI President Jose Salazar’s DACA scandal was brought to Long Beach Union Weekly’s attention at the beginning of the semester as the story of a hard-working young man looking for a way to get compensated for doing CSULB a service.
The ASI Senate deliberated on how to move forward after they were originally unable come to a majority vote.