The forum was held in response to the Associated Student Inc. Senate voting down resolution #SB 2020-12, a resolution that would support a bill for an ethnic studies general education requirement.
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As part of Palestine Awareness Week, a demonstration calling to the Israel-Palestine conflict was erected on the Free Speech Lawn.
Entrepreneur AJ Crook will be looking to secure a deal with a shark to take his business to the next level.
CSULB is home to some of the world’s most exotic plant species, all which live in the greenhouses part of the botanical sciences department.
Crime Blotter: A truck hits a planter, cart goes for a joy ride and an incident of indecent exposure
A run-over planter, a joy ride and indecent exposure are in this week’s blotter.
On Feb. 18, Long Beach Police engaged with a civilian, which protestors felt was an exercise of excessive force.
In the CSU system, 53,000 students experience homelessness of some kind. Student club The Butterfly Effect and CSULB’s Basic Needs Program are taking steps to help solve the epidemic.
Michael Bloomberg field organizer Matt Formica spoke to the university’s College Democrats to inform younger voters on the former mayor’s policies.
The club works to bring awareness and advocacy to those who are struggling with housing insecurity and homelessness. The members of the club camped out in the central quad Wednesday to Thursday as a part of a sleep in.
Last week, the ASI Senate voted “no” on a resolution that would require an ethnic studies course to become a general education requirement. Student activists were present this week to protest that decision.