Tag: CSUF

Student shows support for Milo Yiannopoulos

As dozens of students passed the campus bookstore at Cal State Long Beach on Monday, one stood frozen for hours, holding a sign in support of conservative commentators Milo Yiannopoulos and Ben Shapiro. “I’m here to stand up for the rights of free speech,” said Jose Espinoza, religious studies major.[Read More…]

British commentator Milo Yiannopoulos is escorted from Sproul Plaza at the Berkeley, Califronia, campus after a speech Sunday, Sept. 24.

CSUF College Republicans to host Milo Yiannopoulos on Halloween

In a time where political polarization has become a distinct characteristic of the 21st century, the scheduled appearance of conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos has warranted extensive security measures at Cal State Fullerton for Tuesday’s appearance. Yiannopoulos is known as a gay conservative media personality, who is associated with the alt-right movement[Read More…]

Topic of hate speech lingers back in ASI Senate

Hate speech became the recurring topic of contention during the Associated Students Inc. Senate meeting on Wednesday. In light of the racial slurs vandalised on a stall in the men’s bathroom and death threats made to La Raza Student Association, ASI senators have begun writing a reactionary resolution to address[Read More…]

CSUF student goes to ASI meeting asking student government for help against hate speech

Hate Speech To combat hate speech within California State Universities and protest alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos’ roundup of campus visits, a Cal State Fullerton student came to the Associated Students, Inc. Senate meeting to beg senators to “step up” against threatening language. Liz Sanchez, a second-year graduate sociology student at[Read More…]

CSULB students and faculty alike protest on Sept. 5 against President Trump’s recent ruling of DACA on Tuesday near the FO3 building.

Cal State University Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley responds to DACA repeal with funds for hefty renewal costs

Two weeks after President Donald Trump pulled the plug on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Cal State Long Beach announced Friday that funding will be provided for 2017 DACA renewals. For students completing a renewal by the Oct. 5 deadline, President Jane Close Conoley has committed $200,000 through the CSULB[Read More…]

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