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ASI Senate session puts students first

The Associated Students, Inc. Senate passed a senate resolution in its first reading that urges Cal State Long Beach to allocate health resources for transgender and genderqueer students, faculty and staff during a Wednesday session. The resolution, called Support for Transgender and Gender Non-Binary Resources, advocates for a portion of[Read More…]

Los Angeles to vote on marijuana regulation

For Los Angeles voters, the question is not whether or not to regulate marijuana, but how. On March 7, L. A. County voters will have two measures on the ballot to choose from – technically. Measures M and N, which come months after Proposition 64 legalized recreational marijuana statewide last[Read More…]

College students not ‘compelled’ to vote locally

Data regarding young adult voter turnout in general elections can help predict the 18-35 year old demographic’s involvement in the upcoming Los Angeles County municipal election on March 7. According to a US Census Bureau study of presidential elections held between 1964 to 2012, young adults ages 18 to 24[Read More…]

Senate meeting: ASI talks inclusive beauty services

Secretary of Cultural Affairs Victoria Villa announced Wednesday in her report to the weekly Senate meeting that she is working with members of Associated Students, Inc. Senate and the Muslim Student Association to have more inclusive practices at Elektric Hair Salon in the University Student Union. To establish privacy for[Read More…]

Campus drills through evacuation

Audible alarms, visible strobes and flashing lights brought students to their feet Wednesday for the annual evacuation drill. A Beach Alert was sent to Cal State Long Beach students, faculty and staff at 10:29 a.m. informing them that there shall be an evacuation drill. Notification about the annual campus-wide evacuation[Read More…]

Inviting informative discussion at Black Herstories

The Black Herstories event in the University Student Union ballrooms started with a nonpublic “sister circle,” an intimate gathering for black women to express their experiences with their identities. This circle was used as a way to guide the open discussion that took place afterward at 6 p.m. Students were[Read More…]

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