From Monday through Friday, ASI and Sustain U are hosting events engaging students to go green.
The student senate made a quick deliberation on hate speech.
ASI Beach Pantry receives donations from Grow Beach Organic Garden.
The gallery displays drawings, paintings and photographs depicting the struggles and accomplishments of different groups.
Students learn about traditions and pay homage to the cultures of the world.
ASI senate questions how much they can control hate speech on campus.
The university is celebrating its multicultural constituents with five different events throughout the week.
In her move to lobby for a presidential role, the current ASI vice president aims to advocate for diversity within campus.
Stemming from her leadership position as chief government relations officer in ASI, Jara feels she's ready to become student body president.
ASI rallies for the student votes before March 14.
Beach Pride Events Announces MLK Jr. Celebration Essay Contest winner
The series showcases the life of an undocumented immigrant to create a conversation.
Senate seeks input from indigenous students before making the next move.
Ethics workshop comes back to campus with more panelists.
ASI fights to rebrand CSULB and plans to create committee of indigenous students to choose a new mascot.
Business analysis certificate and degree in biochemistry and gender-neutral restrooms will come to campus.
The department spends a quarter of their funding on mental health and plans a $3.5 million to start in the summer.
Students experience a night of laughter, inspiration and a call for activism
The monthly outreach is an effort to inform students on a range of health issues.
Guerrero spoke to students about the need for activism and and immigration reform.