Claiming a campus police officer racially profiled him, Dr. Steven Osuna demands that a Campus Police Accountability Council be formed to oversee university law enforcement.
Author: Vincent Medina
CSULB student organizations host Bayshore Beach clean-up
Both AMA and PRSSA organizations reconnected to clean Bayshore Beach and discuss ways beach-goers can help protect the environment.
ASI Senate confirms new CSULB Wellness Affairs Commissioner
CSULB liberal arts major, Jeremy Ramos was elected as the Wellness Affairs Commissioner by the ASI Senate.
CSULB instructor resists campus mask and COVID-19 vaccine requirement
CSULB kinesiology instructor, Richard Juliano refuses to wear a mask indoors or receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
CSU Chancellor resigns amid allegations of mishandling sexual harassment claims
CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro resigns from his position after allegedly mishandling sexual harassment claims.
CSULB students intrigued by Revcom speech calling for ‘revolution to overthrow capitalist-imperialist system’
Revcom supporters argued for students to join their fight for an overthrow of the U.S. system of government.
Corner Market reopens for the first time since the start of the pandemic
The Corner Market at the University Student Union reopened Monday, Feb. 7, as CSULB welcomed back in-person learning.
Revcom supporters march through CSULB campus to advocate pro-choice
Revolutionary Communist Party supporters marched through the upper campus and University Student Union (USU) to advocate for a revolution against the federal government.
Universal Healthcare for Californians would help fix major problems in the state
California residents’ largest problems include debt and homelessness, but universal healthcare could solve these issues.
CSULB seniors advocate for traditional graduation ceremony during ASI Senate meeting
The ASI Senate meeting gave CSULB students the opportunity to express their concerns regarding the spring 2022 graduation ceremony overview.