Millions from ASI’s 2021-22 operating budgets will be allocated for rehiring student assistants and student programs.
Author: Jorge Villa
A new learning format is likely to become widely used on campus next fall as students and faculty return to in-person instruction.
Drake Woodson is the owner of Relics, a vintage camera store in Long Beach. Woodson opened the business in February and is using the storefront to show that the field of photography can be accessible to anyone.
The Curriculum and Educational Policies Council has decided against implementing a grading policy that would have added pluses and minuses to letter grades.
During Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting, students expressed support for moving funds away from the UPD and instead go toward CAPS.
Broadway Video launched a GoFundMe to help raise $20,000 to stay open as a result of a year’s worth of nonessential business closures and now, fewer customers visiting.
Long Beach State students can expect to see economic relief by next week and should have received an email regarding their allocated amount.
The two ASI-run facilities are slated to reopen next month as the state has progressed into the less restrictive red tier.
Long Beach State students can expect to see federal disbursements after spring break, according to the Division of Students Affairs.
During Thursday’s virtual debate, Jesus Gonzalez and Shay Hashemi discussed their visions as student government leaders.