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CSU Super Sunday reaches Long Beach churches

CSU Super Sunday reaches Long Beach churches

February 26, 2017

February is Black History Month, but Cal State Long Beach’s Super Sunday was all about the future.    CSULB’s president, Jane Close Conoley, spoke to the congregation at Antioch Church of Long Beach befo...

Trustee Maggie White talks with students in tuition forum

Matthew Ramirez, Staff Writer

February 26, 2017

Filed under ASI, Campus, CSU, Events, News

Following the recent plans to increase student tuition, Dale Lendrum of Associated Students Inc. and Maggie White from the California State University Board of Trustees held an open forum for students to voice their opinions. Fees are predicted to increase after announcements made by the CSU Board of Trustees propose to increase tuition for undergraduate and graduate students. Students may have to pay an additional $270 a...

CSU SOFA endorses Freedom of Association Act

Riva Lu, Contributing Writer

March 3, 2015

Filed under News

  The California State University, Long Beach Student Freedom of Association Act intends to reform the “open membership” policy so that student groups can co-exist on campus, SOFA stated in a press release Friday. By adhering to the “open membership” requirement, many student organizations are made “vulnerable,” according to CSU SOFA. Clubs are required to accept members or leaders to their group who...

Tenured professors are vital to student education at CSULB

Jacob Yungman, Contributing Writer

March 3, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinions

  From meeting fellow peers who are passionate about their studies and social lives to gaining lifelong skills in extracurricular activities like the Model United Nations, students’ experiences throughout their years in college often shape them into new people. However, the most influential part of any student’s university career is the professors. When I took contemporary politics during my freshman year...