I got a chance to talk with Miriam Hernandez, the new Vice President, and Wendy Lewis, the new Treasurer, to see a side that most students usually don’t see.
The CSULB Supports Love shirts voices Associated Students’ support for the campus LGBTQ+ community and directly help students.
Students and faculty gathered during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 9 to celebrate the opening of CSULB’s Dream Success Center, located in Room 309 of the University Student Union (USU).
A video detailing the runoff for ASI presidential candidates.
Associated Students Inc. read a resolution on Wednesday to recognize the Armenian Genocide and commemorate its 100th anniversary.
The ASI Senate wants to ring Carlson Bloc Bell Tower every 107 seconds to bring awareness to sexual assault.
The senate removed assembly Bill 42 from resolution due to its broad definition of student success fee.
With a mission dedicated to helping undocumented students seek higher education, the new CSULB Dreamers Success Center will soon be opening for those in need of assistance.
The University Student Union fee referendum marked the highest voter turnout in the history of California State University, Long Beach.
A wheelchair-based obstacle course brings new perspectives to students.
Keynote guests and poets said that all generations of Americans have a responsibility to help create a society of equality.
CSULB hosted a human sex trafficking presentation, sponsored by the Women’s Resource Center and the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Department, on Wednesday evening in the University Student Union Beach Auditorium.
In order to publicize the upcoming USU Referendum, Associated Students Inc. spent $20, 000 of the $20,700 available in the advertising budget designated for the USU, ASI communication manager Lindsay San Miguel said via email.
ASI Executive Director Richard Haller endorsed a resolution to increase the number of left-handed desks in classrooms.
Beach Team is an introduction to ASI and student government and is dedicated to providing freshmen and transfer students with volunteer, leadership and campus involvement opportunities.
Grow Beach! hosted a build-it day for the community garden this weekend.
The ASI Senate tabled everything on the agenda at Wednesday’s meeting.
The Grow Beach University Garden officially opened this semester, allowing the campus community to plant their own crops and learn more about sustainable gardening practices methods.
Two trustees and one student vote is not enough to represent the 23 California State University campuses, ASI said.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate discussed sexual assault at weekly meeting.