Wednesday, Nov. 29
A Message from Your 2017-2018 
Executive Officers
Executive Officers
Treasurer Wanless, VP Musman & President Nino

Hello, Long Beach State!
 
We wanted to take this opportunity today to reiterate that though ASI recognizes and respects the freedom of expression of all students, we firmly stand against hateful speech on campus and in the community. Student safety is one of our chief concerns here at the Beach, and when students don't feel safe on campus, then simply put -  we are not doing our jobs. We are One Beach, so aggression against any single student or community is an aggression against all of us. ASI remains tirelessly committed to fighting to ensure the safety and opportunity for education to all students on campus.
 
As student government continues to advocate on this important issue, know that we are here for you and are dedicated to doing all that we can so that every student feels safe and supported on this campus.
 
We encourage those aiming to make a difference on campus to consider joining student government, and to those that are already involved, to recruit more stellar students to join our te am. More information about the upcoming filing period is available at  www.asicsulb.org/gov
 
As always, Go Beach!"

EVENT SPOTLIGHT


Pizza with the Dean of CNSM Invite

Join us for pizza with the dean of CNSM this Thursday, Dec. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m in USU-105 (the USU poolside lounge).  

Nov. CSSA Recap




Info on Running for Office in 2018
TODAY'S SENATE MEETING
Wednesdays - 3:30 p.m. (USU-234)
  • Invocation by Dr. Brad Compliment, Director, CSULB CAPS
  • Resolution: ASI Stands - 3rd and Final Reading
  • Bylaw Amendment Regarding ASI Media Board of Trustees - Final Reading
  • ASI Reports by President Nino and Treasurer Jon Wanless
WWW.ASICSULB.ORG/GOV