Jolene Koester will begin her time as the CSU interim chancellor on May 1.
Within his first couple days in office, President Joe Biden has already begun reversing Trump’s policies making efforts toward a more inclusive nation.
In a socially distant, mask-filled ceremony, President Joseph R. Biden Jr. is sworn in as 46th President of the United States, and Vice President Kamala Harris breaks down gender and racial barriers as the first woman and person of color to hold the position.
The president’s actions paint a picture of a man increasingly backed into a corner.
She viewed the mascot search as her defining moment as president.
PCSW advocates for women by making campus safer, more inclusive, and more communicative.
As a first generation Mexican-American, 21-year-old political science major Lizbeth Velasquez is the first in her family of five to attend college. As a low income, working student who has had to overcome accessibility and financial hurdles of her own, Velasquez is making it her mission to advocate for food[Read More…]
President Genesis Jara has focused her Associated Student Inc. presidential campaign on working with underrepresented communities at Long Beach State. “I have 10 commissioners that represent communities and each have a student organization for their community,” she said. “We do this to bridge the gap between ASI and the student[Read More…]
One of the growing fears in journalism is the expansion of news as a business. As corporations scoop up newspapers and stations, some wonder how news media can remain a nonpartisan source dedicated to informing the public. In the past month, worries about corporate control of the media were given[Read More…]
Sofia Musman has been through all things student government. As a college of the arts senator, she listened to complaints from the campus community over the boycott, divestment sanction resolution that was proposed and passed last spring. As student body vice president, she oversaw a mixed group of senators debating[Read More…]