Student Health Services and the University Police Department are preparing for possible crimes against campus abortion providers once on-campus abortions are implemented in 2023.
All CSU campuses will be required to provide free medical abortions to students on campus following Gov. Newsom’s signing of Senate Bill 24.
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 Genocide Awareness Project returns to campus after three years, causing students to protest the demonstration.
The Genocide Awareness Project returns to campus after three years to put on a 360-degree display of aborted fetuses victims of violence.
Professors from the political science department spoke about the topics that the Supreme Court will be covering this year and how they relate to Long Beach State.
Co-hosts Hannah Getahun and James Chow discuss the tea of the week including continued debate over a controversial ASI resolution, a behind the scenes scoop on California Repertory’s “Cabaret” production and a look into LBSU’s award-winning construction management team. 0:17: ASI passes controversial abortion resolution for a second reading 7:28:[Read More…]
Students, alumni and advocates packed and overflowed the Associated Students Inc. Senate chambers on Wednesday to voice support or opposition for Senate Bill 24, which would require all University of California and California State Universities to provide medically induced abortions by 2023. The resolution would allow Lobby Corps, a branch[Read More…]