Long Beach State’s student government intends to bring back most student employees who were let go last year due to budget cuts stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
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During Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting, students expressed support for moving funds away from the UPD and instead go toward CAPS.
Long Beach State students can expect to see economic relief by next week and should have received an email regarding their allocated amount.
Long Beach State students can expect to see federal disbursements after spring break, according to the Division of Students Affairs.
Robert Ortiz Archila, a CSULB graduate part of Project Rebound, has landed the Senate position.
Kayla Jolly, CSULB’s coordinator for sustainable transportation, discussed ways the Beach community can engage in environmentally friendly methods of transportation when returning to campus in the fall, during Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc. Senate meeting.
Through an online survey, Associated Students, Inc. found that the majority of Long Beach State students are not satisfied with online instruction.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate has confirmed two Long Beach State students to be associate justices in the judicial branch, including Jarret Boice, a third-year management information system major, and Michael Gallagher, a second-year computer science major.
ASI Senate hears student concerns, new and returning students say adjusting to the new normal at Long Beach State is difficult
Despite 2,200 students and 220 student organizations attending last week’s online Week of Welcome, some transfer students are still struggling to find their place at Long Beach State.
Associated Students Inc. Senate passed a resolution in support of adding vending machines and hydration stations to the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.