For current Associated Students Inc. Vice President Leen Almahdi, running to retain her office is a matter of finishing the work she has started and helping ASI’s new executive director transition into their role.
Born in South Los Angeles to two parents who emigrated from Guatemala, Associated Students Inc. vice presidential candidate Justin Contreras grew up facing financial instability.
Financial literacy is a huge issue for Associated Students Inc. Treasurer Candidate Reyalyn Villegas.
After four years at Long Beach State, health science major Dominick Martinez is attempting to transition into student government as Associated Students Inc. treasurer.
California Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis visited Long Beach State Wednesday to speak to students and hear their input on critical campus issues.
Associated Students Inc. Senate discussed possible methods of sourcing a replacement for Prospector Pete including a school-wide vote during Wednesday night’s meeting.
The 54 page document funds everything from salaries to events.
LBSU presents final six candidates for mascot search.
ASI offers students a chance to see the summer’s hit movies for free.
A motion approved a resolution to make teacher evaluations digital, given two amendments are made.
Vera Institute would provide legal representation to low-income immigrants facing deportation in the city of Long Beach.
Sen. Robert Martinez discusses future plans and how improving campuswide communication is important for the students’ voices to be heard.
The Daily 49er tried its hand at Casino Night, an event that lets students play poker and roulette without any monetary risk.
The Pakistani activist shared ideas of mission-driven businesses, educational rights and finding your voice.
A new resolution proposed on the Senate floor aims to make semester-end course evaluations entirely online.
Community involvement helps sustain the pantry long term.
CSU-wide research shows student food and housing insecurity statewide.
A resolution regarding campus transparency after October’s Campus Clash ends in the tabling of the resolution.
A proposed resolution was met with critical divide among Associated Students Inc. senators.