Political science professor Kathryn Perkins led an event talking about the history of reproductive rights and the recent attacks being made on them.
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Don’t Be Wild, Save The Wild!
ASI Sustain U holds event to educate students on climate change, habitat loss and how to help wildlife.
Mitali Jain elected new ASI President
In a close-call election, Mitali Jain will be the new CSULB Associated Students Inc. President.
Day 1 Digital Access enables accessibility
ASI Senate leaders discussed Day 1 Digital Access usage at their regularly schedule meeting
CSULB students demand to walk the stage
Students have voiced their feelings against the 2023 graduation plans held at Angel Stadium.
Closure of CFC raises the mommy tax for CSULB faculty
With the sudden lack of childcare for female faculty on campus, female professors at CSULB worry over how they will balance research for their work with their toddlers at home.
Finding affordable housing off-campus still affecting incoming students
There will be a new class of students that get to experience the hardship of finding affordable housing on their own.
Life’s a Beach at the Peach
Just like a blooming peach, peachy pr lb puts an emphasis on bringing fresh and sweet skills to the Beach community through this homegrown public relations firm.
ASI Senate votes to amend policy on student organization grants
The ASI Senate approved a change in their student organization grant policy to make receiving grants for events easier while also allowing them more freedom in how they allocate the funds they are granted.
Locking the clock: from darkness to daylight
Changing the clock may be a thing of the past as the Sunshine Protection Act has been reintroduced.