Wednesday, Nov. 8
ASI Works For You
Message from President Nino 

As students and leaders, we all strive to improve our lives and help those around us. We work every day to ensure that all of our communities are given an equitable opportunities to be successful. I am proud to say that ASI is at the forefront of student success this year.

Last week I delivered the bi-annual State of the Associated Students address, and I encourage you to take a few minutes to read it here if you were unable to make it. 

Go Beach!
IN THE SENATE  
Wednesdays - 3:30 p.m. Farber Senate Chambers (USU-234)
The board approved the first reading of "ASI Stands." Its purpose is to support those communities that are targeted by hate speech on campus. Rudolph Cheong was confirmed by the senate as a new associate justice.
LOBBY CORPS
Thursdays - 12:30 p.m. (USU 234 )
The Lobby Corps (LC) had Dr. Jean Caveness, title IX coordinator, come and speak on the university's policies regarding sexual assault and resources available on campus. LC approved questions for CHESS interviews scheduled for Friday, December 1. LC continues its effort to call legislators urging them to support the DREAM Act of 2017.
BOARD OF CONTROL
Thursdays - 2 p.m. (USU-234)
Last week, the Board of Control (BOC) approved $1,200 dollars in funding for student travel grants. These grants will provide funds for students to present their research and represent the Beach at conferences in Washington D.C., New Orleans and Philadelphia.

The BOC also approved research for students conducting research in graduate kinesiology and student development in higher education programs. The overall amount that was funded at the meeting was over $4,200.
WEDNESDAY'S SENATE MEETING
  • Invocation by David Sanfilippo, CSULB Director Disabled Student Services 
  • Resolution on Football Exploratory Committee - Third Reading
  • Resolution on Support of Title IX and Maintaining Preponderance of Evidence - Third Reading
  • Resolution ASI Stands - Second Reading
PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT

Annual Chess Event

Applications are now open for the 23rd Annual California Higher Student Summit. Apply before Nov. 10 on BeachSync to be considered for this advocacy-focused educational experience!
WWW.ASICSULB.ORG/GOV