Escalator repairs have been underway since the beginning of the semester as replacing the step chains, handrails and steps have taken longer than projected.
The organization’s funds decrease as more students request money to fund their travel to conferences and research about formerly incarcerated students.
The auditors found cash advances given to SLD personnel, an act which is against university policy.
ASI President speaks about lack of professionalism and respect in the Senate.
The newly revamped room is one of many efforts the university is taking to provide support for pregnant and parenting students.
St. Anthony High School in Long Beach was one of three locations that Generosity Feeds worked with to create prepackaged meals for hungry children.
A former Cal State Long Beach employee who was charged Tuesday with capital murder had a violent criminal record before he was hired at the university, and hours before the shooting, he returned to campus where he voiced frustration with the college, according to authorities.
Jamie Williams pleads not guilty to murder charges and his conduct on campus is being investigated.
Long Beach State University Police responded to reports of a disgruntled former employee of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center Friday. They were unable to locate him.
The organization discusses ways to make funds last longer at their weekly meeting.
Chief Academic Officer Emely Lopez reported to the Senate on current revisions to the general education policy.
Students from the College of the Arts and the College of Business Administration are voted into the ASI Senate.
The decision came after a meeting with a committee featuring staff, faculty, administration, students and alumni.
The new student body president hopes to advocate for underrepresented communities during her tenure.
Opportunities for free flu shots and Beach Pantry donations promoted during senator presentations.
The university looks to increase voter registration with help from the state representative as part of a competition.
In an hour-long meeting, the university president addressed her take on what’s planned for the future of the campus.
A committee of students, faculty, alumni and staff agreed to relocate the statue, given its controversial background.
Food donations continue to flow, biometrics are introduced in the Child Development Center and campus receives an all-around upgrade.
Clubs may be able to purchase catered food on campus at a lower price this semester.