The resolution supports the of incorporating information on the Basic Needs Program into syllabi for each course.
Tag: Vice President Leen Almahdi
After weeks of debate, ASI ruled in favor of lobbying on behalf of the ethnic studies requirement resolution.
ASI’s vote against supporting mandatory multicultural courses is a mistake. These classes are vital to our collective futures.
In a divisive vote, ASI Senate does not pass Senate Resolution #2020-13 which would require the California State University system to include a three-unit ethnic studies course as a general education requirement.
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.
Members outlined their vision for the future in detailed document