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.
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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.
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.
ASI’s Respect Diversity Week features CSULB students and faculty from underrepresented communities to discuss their experiences
A panel of members from marginalized groups shared common misconceptions about their community and the barriers that they experience in higher education.
Associated Students, Inc. at Long Beach State hosted a virtual panel discussion Monday with guest speakers to discuss how immigrant communities can be civically engaged and the systems put in place that prevent them from doing so.
Long Beach State’s Counseling and Psychological Services will provide drop-in sessions via Zoom and workshops for staff and faculty to help students cope with stress related to the upcoming election.
These changes, which went into effect on Aug. 14, limit campus authorities’ ability to investigate and resolve cases of misconduct.