As the selection of a new chancellor for the CSU system draws near, faculty, staff and students of the 23 campuses have all offered their input on what the new chancellor should focus on.
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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.
Tony Thurmond, candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, called on students to come forth with ideas on making post-secondary education more affordable during a town hall meeting at University of California, San Diego Oct. 4. During the meeting, student leaders from various universities addressed the concerns of their student[Read More…]
Over a year has passed since 19-year-old student David Josiah Lawson was murdered, and yet no suspects have been identified. Lawson was a criminal justice major at Humboldt State University and was stabbed to death April 15, 2017 in the city of Arcata in Humboldt County according to the North[Read More…]
The union that represents 9,000 teaching assistants, graduate assistants and instructional student assistants is bargaining for a stronger contract for better wages, more benefits, job security and protection against harassment for all academic student employees. According to UAW 4123 President Sandip Roy, the union is bargaining to help California State[Read More…]
In an effort to promote a more sustainable style of food, Cal State Long Beach is currently in the process of achieving a new food policy to increase spending on locally grown, ecologically friendly produce. After California’s struggle to combat record droughts and wildfires in 2014, the California State University[Read More…]
Associated Students, Inc.’s new Senate Resolution 2017-17 tries to put pressure on the California State University Board of Trustees to “freeze initiatives and the tuition increase for three to five years.” ASI Senator-at-large Daniel Gomez introduced the resolution, dubbed Opposing Payment Peaks, on Wednesday. “A portion of the resolution is[Read More…]