Associated Students, Inc. Senate discussed ways to bridge the gap between cultural organizations at the Beach.
ASI senators from each college shared concerns that students have expressed in the past few weeks regarding issues like returning to face-to-face learning and the availability and distribution of coronavirus vaccines among members of the campus community.
Associated Students, Inc. held its weekly pop-up pantry event, in which about 200 students received groceries and canned goods.
Associated Students, Inc. and Beach Pride Events’ Week of Welcome begins Monday as a weeklong virtual fair for Long Beach State students to learn more about student and campus organizations.
Faced with complications brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the university’s student organization and its auxiliaries has accounted for an income loss of over $2 million that has led to furloughs, restaurant closures and reduced operations expenses.
With a total of 1,777 student voter registrations ahead of Election Day, CSULB was the runner up in the 2020 competition to California State University, Fullerton.
CSULB to not extend credit or no credit grading option for fall 2020, plans to revisit for spring 2021
Despite some concerns from students, there will not be an extension to apply for a credit or no credit option like there was in spring 2020. However, the extension could return in spring 2021 with enough student demand.
According to ASI Executive Director Miles Nevin, the recycling center has been losing revenue over the past 10 years and ultimately closed due to even less income amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Beach Nexus, a platform designed to connect both current and former CSULB students, will be launched next week as a way to help students find mentors and receive advice from alumni.
Members of Rising Scholars, an organization that promotes education opportunities for formerly incarcerated individuals, and Yusef Salaam, one of the Exonerated Five, spoke on their experiences with the criminal justice system.