The final round of votes in early May will determine the university’s new identity.
Only 18 percent of American college students voted in the 2014 midterm election, according to statistics compiled by Institute for Democracy & Higher Education. To bolster voter turnout, California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla partnered with Long Beach State and other campuses Friday to prioritize voter education and registration on[Read More…]
Fliers around campus, informational booths along busy university areas and tables bribing students with coffee for talking to student government candidates — these sights can only mean one thing: Associated Students Inc. elections are here. Students can vote for their favored candidates online via email until March 14. The results[Read More…]
The Student Fee Advisory Committee will meet on Friday to compile a recommendation for University President Jane Close-Conoley, who will make the final decision regarding the issue of a University Student Union fee increase. “I’m absolutely siding with the students,” Conoley said via telephone after the voting results were announced. She said she would[Read More…]