With a total of 1,777 student voter registrations ahead of Election Day, CSULB was the runner up in the 2020 competition to California State University, Fullerton.
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Long Beach State has dropped from fifth place to seventh place in a competition to get students registered to vote, but Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps expressed confidence during its meeting Thursday that its issues campaign would help them pull ahead.
Wary of a threat to Filipino American students, Associated Students, Inc.’s Lobby Corps shifted its focus on human rights violations in the Philippines during its meeting Thursday and proposed drafting a bill in support of the Philippine Human Rights Act.
The Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps made plans Thursday to prepare students for the upcoming election with campaigns covering voter registration and mail-in voting, as well as climate change and racial justice issues.
The Associated Students Inc. Senate reviewed student applicants and voted on institutionalizing voter registration at Long Beach State. Senator-at-large Omar Prudencio Gonzalez declared the biomedical engineering department made progress receiving grants to continue their work in developing biomechanical limbs and continuing student research. The League of Women Voters requested the[Read More…]
Cal State Board of Trustees created conflict among students after their Sept. 19 meeting with the decision to raise executive administration pay within the Cal State University system. Michael Uhlenkamp, interim senior director of public affairs for Cal States, said that executive administrators, presidents and chancellors, received a pay raise[Read More…]
The Associated Students Inc. is considering a resolution to ask California State University, Long Beach to end relationships with organizations that have been known to discriminate against the LGBT community. The idea behind the resolution arose when The Campus Pride, a national non-profit organization, informed Sen. Kelsey Reyes that CSULB’s[Read More…]