In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives the lowdown of upcoming campus events and sits down with Daily Forty-Niner News Editor Madalyn Amato to discuss the ASI Senate’s recent ‘no’ vote on an ethnic studies requirement. Sports analyst Manuel Valladares dives into the latest in Beach athletics, including a look into women’s basketball, men’s volleyball and baseball.
Tag: ASI Senate
ASI’s vote against supporting mandatory multicultural courses is a mistake. These classes are vital to our collective futures.
In a divisive vote, ASI Senate does not pass Senate Resolution #2020-13 which would require the California State University system to include a three-unit ethnic studies course as a general education requirement.
The ASI senator once lived a life of crime and heavy drug use but is now using those experiences to advocate on others’ behalf.
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.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives the lowdown of recent campus-related news and sits down with Daily Forty-Niner Arts and Life Editor Paula Kiley to discuss the CSULB Laptop Ensemble. Sports analyst Manuel Valladares gives an update on the latest in Beach athletics.
The Senate shared student concerns that the university would drop the ball about updating the campus with new emergency locks.
At age 42, Robert Martinez isn’t your average student. When the College of Business Administration Associated Students Inc. Senator isn’t overseeing the business end of his family’s hair salon or playing catch with his two sons, he’s hard at work making sure the needs of CBA students are being met.[Read More…]
Between her new duties and working on campus at the 49er Shops Communications Department, second-year Samantha Brown is busy with reimagining positive experiences for students with disabilities at Long Beach State. This month, Associated Students Inc. Senate appointed the political science and communications major as commissioner for disability affairs. While[Read More…]