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.
Tag: Associated Students
Murmurs of conversation and contemporary music filled the University Student Union Room 100 as the Conscious Collection art exhibit kicked off. Conscious Collection was released last Thursday by Associated Students Inc. and brought people from marginalized communities together. Art presented at the exhibit was showcased by members of select communities[Read More…]
Shiza Shahid, CEO and co-founder of the Malala Fund, was welcomed to Long Beach State Thursday for Associated Student Inc.’s Evening with event where she discussed topics such as activism, entrepreneurship and educational rights.
An Associated Students Inc. worker swiped my student I.D. card through the machine and then handed it back to me. “Wacky tulip,” I whispered to her, a secret password posted by ASI that would get me extra tickets and through a secret entrance. She nodded with a smile and[Read More…]
Shiza Shahid showed a video to hundreds of students in the University Student Union Ballrooms of a summer camp she started for Pakistani girls living in the Swat Valley who were fighting to receive an education. Clips of 26 girls playing games, creating friendships and learning to read and write[Read More…]
On Monday, tickets for the ASI Big Event for 2018 went on sale. The line of students attempting to receive the Disneyland tickets was ridiculous, stretching from the USU almost to the Library. In my four years at Long Beach State I have never seen so many students line up[Read More…]
Two weeks away from graduation and I feel like I’m finally stumbling across the finish line. Unfortunately, as I’m about to make my escape, I’ll be leaving with a bad taste in my mouth after ASI failed to plan an event that included all students. Like thousands of my peers,[Read More…]
The Associated Students, Inc. Board of Control met Tuesday to hear a proposal from Vice President Mary Stephens regarding a new recycling center, as well as to discuss department budget adjustments. Following grant application hearings, Stephens took the floor to introduce the topic of partnering with ASI in efforts to[Read More…]