Twelve students are in the running for student government positions, including three running for reelection.
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Associated Students Inc. passed a resolution in opposition to implementing a plus-minus grading notation which could affect students’ GPA.
Associated Student Inc. passed a resolution that would allow the Social Justice and Equity Committee to give more of a voice to students.
Associated Student Inc. passed a resolution in support of Jewish students and against anti-Semitism, following an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes in the United States.
Associated Student Inc. voted yes on a resolution that would make it so ASI institutionalizes the practice of acknowledging the Native land that CSULB is built on.
Last week, the ASI Senate voted “no” on a resolution that would require an ethnic studies course to become a general education requirement. Student activists were present this week to protest that decision.
Associated Students Inc. got straight down to business during its first meeting of the spring semester — their motive: to elect new senators. After sifting through many applicants, three candidates were given a chance to speak in front of their would-be counterparts during Wednesday’s meeting for a chance to join[Read More…]
Associated Students, Inc. Senate voted for the second time in a little over a year to reorganize the student government, adding new positions and removing obsolete ones. Last year’s ASI Senate approved the framework for the reorganization in April 2016, and this year’s senate made changes to that new framework[Read More…]
She always dreamed of attending college. Being undocumented was the roadblock to that dream. She received zero financial aid and had limited support from her teachers and counselors. “She picked up the pencil and did it herself,” her brother said. Miriam Hernandez will be next year’s ASI vice president. She[Read More…]
A resolution passed by The Associated Students Inc. Wednesday afternoon is asking the California State Legislature to increase the number of student trustees on the California State University Board of Trustees. The CSU Board of Trustees only includes two students, one voting trustee and one non-voting trustee. According to the[Read More…]