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Student government created a resolution to make USU and SWRC safe spaces.
Student media proposes to integrate KBEACH, Union Weekly and College Beat TV under one name.
For the 2017-18 Associated Student, Inc. elections, candidates are doing everything from reaching students directly through events like Coffee with the Candidates to posting signs around campus to get students to vote.
Panel of potential student leaders present their ideas for the future of CSULB.
The student senate aims to put pads and tampons in campus restrooms; student athletes are angered by recent resolution.
“Land That Job” gives tips to students landing their dream jobs and internships.
ASI advocates for part of the health fee increase to go toward resources for transgender and non-binary individuals.
Members of Students for Quality Education, ASI and Anakbayan Long Beach participated in protest against proposed tuition increase.
"Fantastic Beasts" will be showing in the USU Thursday at 3:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Formerly incarcerated, Dale Lendrum introduced a resolution to lead prisoners down the right path.
CSULB honors Martin Luther King Jr. with 18th annual celebration.
ASI hopes to introduce Project Rebound to campus, a program that helps formerly incarcerated individuals receive a higher education.
CFA announced an agreement with the CSU to make 6-year lecturers automatically eligible for a pay range elevation.
Muslim Student Association and Associated Students, Inc. work to make Long Beach’s campus more inviting for Muslim women.
Vice President Stephens wants to get serious about campus sustainability.
“A day in the life” encouraged understanding for the community’s experience.
Lobby Corps will go to Sacramento to put pressure on the Board of Trustees.
Associated Students, Inc. officials debate over a new resolution that freezes tuition increase.
ASI discusses SIRF, CSULB internationals, TAP cards and the tuition hike.
Bringing excitement and interaction to what would otherwise have been a textbook week, campus clubs and organizations came out in full force Wednesday and Thursday for Week of Welcome.