Associated Students Inc. wrapped up the semester by electing new Senate representatives during the last meeting for the year.
Author: Kaleen Luu
Commercial sex work does not cease to exist because it’s illegal, and workers should have the law on their side so they can report abuse.
The Senate shared student concerns that the university would drop the ball about updating the campus with new emergency locks.
ASI senate addresses registration confusion and student concerns about the lack of course offerings for the spring 2020 semester.
Senate members explore options to expand availability to condoms and contraceptives for students on campus.
ASI senate discusses future wheeled pathways for rider and pedestrian safety at Wednesday’s meeting.
Student Josh Haber asks the ASI Senate to collaborate by presenting his app “Peri,” which helps bring more nutritious and affordable food options to students.
The Senate discussed student concerns over the Genocide Awareness Project’s exhibition of anti-abortion photos making comparisons to Holocaust victims on the most holy day for Jewish people.
The Senate discussed procedures to expand accessibility on campus and help student outreach at Wednesday’s meeting.
ASI directors and senators heard comments about the university using Puvungna as a dumping ground, despite its status as a National Registered Historic Place at CSULB.