The California State University Board of Trustees discussed adding a quantitative reasoning course requirement as a way to better prepare students for the difficulty of attending a CSU out of high school.
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California State University officials announced at the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday that tuition will not be increased for the 2019-20 academic year.
News Editor Emma DiMaggio and Assistant News Editor James Chow give a roundup of this week’s notable news stories: California State University Board of Trustees meetings, Associated Students Inc. homelessness panel and the Imagine Beach 2030 initiative. Board of Trustees: 0:32 ASI homeless awareness panel: 8:11 Beach 2030: 10:10 Music[Read More…]
Audience members and the Board of Trustees fell silent during a public comments period Wednesday as Anthony Lawson played a clip of his brother deliver a speech about what it means to be a man. “A man … takes care of the people around him and not just himself,” the[Read More…]
Correction: Executive Order 1110 and 1100R will not eliminate the need for students to take courses in Ethnic Studies. A circle of concerned students and professors from Long Beach State and California State University, Northridge, among other campuses, gathered near the entrance of the CSU Chancellor’s office Tuesday, chanting slogans[Read More…]
Despite the continued success of Graduation Initiative 2025, California State University students and faculty were concerned about how funds are being allocated by the Board of Trustees at its meeting this Tuesday. Graduation Initiative 2025 was first passed by the Board of Trustees in 2015 with the goal of increasing[Read More…]
With only a minute-and-a-half to make her case to the Board of Trustees on the institutional racism she believes is present in the California State University system, Charmaine Lawson found herself speaking far past the allotted time. Supporters of Lawson’s cause gave the grieving mother their time to allow her[Read More…]
After months of lobbying from students, faculty and legislators, California Governor Jerry Brown approved more funding for the California State University system June 12. State lawmakers approved the budget June 14, and Brown will have until the end of the month to sign it in. In January, Brown proposed a[Read More…]
A much-anticipated tuition hike was revisited by the California State University Board of Trustees during its Tuesday meeting. The $288 increase would mark the second consecutive hike for students in the CSU system, which has received backlash from students and faculty members, along with the group Students for Quality Education,[Read More…]
Over 30 students and faculty congregated around the doors of the California State University Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach Tuesday morning. As the crowd waited for the Board of Trustees meeting to begin, they stood in solidarity against the latest tuition hike. While it will be another two months of[Read More…]