ASI encountered a shortage of student employees but are hopeful to see an increase for spring 2022.
Beach Events will be hosting events like puppy therapy, free massages, food giveaways and more throughout finals week at the University Student Union
Miles Nevin was once a kid who gazed at the top of the blue Walter Pyramid as he passed it by on the 405. Now he is the ASI executive director for Long Beach State University.
Drums, chanting and basket weaving are just the start of a month-long celebration of Native American heritage on campus.
A compelling discussion unfolded revealing the student body’s concern with the increasing price of parking on campus during the latest ASI meeting.,
Meeting new people and befriending them can be awkward, so what happens when you’re thrown into a virtual room with 38 strangers forced to answer tough questions? You make friends.
Students raise concerns about COVID-19 policies as the school wraps up its fifth week of the fall semester.
A new announcement that will impact the future of financial aid funds at Long Beach State was discussed during latest student government meeting.
Long Beach State’s student government acknowledged concerns over a lack of open amenities on campus.
Student government’s new president ready to make a difference within community: ‘I’m here for a reason’
A brief introduction to the new leader of ASI.