Despite some concerns from students, there will not be an extension to apply for a credit or no credit option like there was in spring 2020. However, the extension could return in spring 2021 with enough student demand.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate has confirmed two Long Beach State students to be associate justices in the judicial branch, including Jarret Boice, a third-year management information system major, and Michael Gallagher, a second-year computer science major.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate approved an equity inclusion plan at its meeting Wednesday that primarily focuses on supporting students of color and aims to create inclusivity for students of all races, genders and abilities.
The resolution looks to help students whose parents claimed them as dependents for tax purposes and are not eligible for the federal stimulus checks.
The resolution supports the of incorporating information on the Basic Needs Program into syllabi for each course.
As Long Beach State continues its transition to alternative teaching methods, some sense of normalcy was returned with the ASI elections.
After weeks of debate, ASI ruled in favor of lobbying on behalf of the ethnic studies requirement resolution.
In a 16-0-2 vote, ASI voted to hear two bills regarding education rights for prisoners.
Following the campus shelter-in-place last semester, many students, faculty and staff were left feeling uneasy as the lack of properly locking doors became apparent.
With Trump having scandal after scandal, the Democratic party finally feels like it can impeach him following the Ukraine incident, yet will this lead to any success for the “party of the working class?” Probably not.