ASI President speaks about lack of professionalism and respect in the Senate.
The auditors found cash advances given to SLD personnel, an act which is against university policy.
The organization’s funds decrease as more students request money to fund their travel to conferences and research about formerly incarcerated students.
Escalator repairs have been underway since the beginning of the semester as replacing the step chains, handrails and steps have taken longer than projected.
An interactive online event for BEACH 2030 will be held in November and Samantha Brown talks about her goals as the new commissioner.
Contrary to bin signage, the campus cannot compost non-food waste.
Associated Students Inc. Senate receives updates on discounted faculty gym memberships.
The board is running low on funds and must use funds from spring semester for several requests received at Tuesday’s meeting.
The College of Business Administration offers a legal information clinic for those seeking legal advice.
#WeAreCSULB claims that university administration has consistently disregarded the needs and safety of marginalized groups on campus.
Efforts include creating new gender neutral restrooms and providing hormone therapy for transgender students.
A proposed resolution was met with critical divide among Associated Students Inc. senators.
A resolution regarding campus transparency after October’s Campus Clash ends in the tabling of the resolution.
CSU-wide research shows student food and housing insecurity statewide.
Community involvement helps sustain the pantry long term.
A new resolution proposed on the Senate floor aims to make semester-end course evaluations entirely online.
The Pakistani activist shared ideas of mission-driven businesses, educational rights and finding your voice.
The Daily 49er tried its hand at Casino Night, an event that lets students play poker and roulette without any monetary risk.
Sen. Robert Martinez discusses future plans and how improving campuswide communication is important for the students’ voices to be heard.
Vera Institute would provide legal representation to low-income immigrants facing deportation in the city of Long Beach.