ASI resolves to help disabled students

Rachel Keeney, Contributing Writer
October 16, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

The Associated Students, Inc. Senate passed a resolution in their meeting Wednesday that will allow the ASI to rent out electrical wheelchairs for student use. Students facing disabilities, whether temporary or long-term, will be able to rent electric wheelchairs on CSULB campus. “Now that the... Read more »

SURFing into research

Michelangelo Landgrave, Contributing Writer
October 15, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

Associated Students, Inc. Board of Control began discussing a new student fund program that aims to offer funding for students conducting long-term research at the weekly BOC meeting on Tuesday. ASI Executive Director Richard Haller noted that the idea had been conceived about seven or eight years... Read more »

Board of Control Week 10

Michelangelo Landgrave, Contributing Writer
October 7, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

“No one ever invites us to stuff,” Associated Students, Inc. Treasurer Kalien Clark said. “Yeah, I wish more people did,” responded ASI Vice President Nayiri Baghdassarian. Moments earlier, Sinead Campbell, a communications disorders major and travel fund applicant, had invited the ASI Board... Read more »

ASI aims to pull discounted Sea World tickets from USU

Rachel Keeney & Ronna White, Contributing Writers
October 1, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

The Associated Students, Inc. Senate is reviewing a resolution to stop the sale of tickets in the University Student Union for the San Diego theme park SeaWorld. ASI Sen. Rick Payan presented the resolution so that Cal State Long Beach could take a stance on this issue in order to make it a more globally... Read more »

ASI approves $5,000 for ISA events

Michelangelo Landgrave, Contributing Writer
September 16, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

The Associated Students Inc. Board of Control approved on Tuesday over $5,000 to the International Student Association for its upcoming Multicultural... Read more »

Judge Masipa got the Pistorius Verdict Right

Judge Masipa got the Pistorius Verdict Right

Mara Feliciano, Contributing Writer
September 16, 2014
Filed under ASI, Columns, Opinions

On Thursday, Sept. 10, 2014, Oscar Pistorius, the South African paralympian who shot and killed his girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year, was found not guilty for premeditated murder; though, he was found "negligent" in the killing. South African judge... Read more »

ASI lacks new business, continues animal cruelty resolution

Rachel Keeney, Contributing Writer
September 10, 2014
Filed under ASI, News

With a lack of new business on the past weeks’ agendas, Associated Students Inc. advisors suggested that the ASI senate and board of directors start working on new resolutions during their weekly meeting on Wednesday. ASI is now eight weeks into its meetings and for the first two weeks of the fall... Read more »

Defeating the Islamic State? Easier said than done

Hunter Paul, Opinions Editor
September 9, 2014
Filed under ASI, Columns, Opinions

The White House announced that this coming Wednesday, President Barack Obama will address the nation and discuss the threat that ISIS poses to the United States and her allies abroad; additionally, he will outline America’s overarching strategy for “degrading and ultimately destroying” this terrorist... Read more »