Wednesday, Oct. 11
Message From President Nino 
Two weeks ago we lost a member of our Beach community, Estephan Hern├índez, and on Friday, October 6 a memorial was held in his memory. Despite this tragedy I stay optimistic and remind myself  that when we support one another we will overcome any obstacle or tragedy we may face: We are ONE Beach. 

In other news, please note that there are currently vacancies in housing so the university is using the living space as emergency housing for students in need. ASI will be providing ten $1,000 scholarships for our undocumented and international students and President Conoley has agreed to match our efforts. This past Tuesday I was excited to meet with the newest group of Beach Team members and am excited to work with this next generation of student leaders.

Go Beach!
IN THE SENATE  
Wednesdays - 3:30 p.m. Farber Senate Chambers (USU-234)
Last week the senate confirmed a new College of the Arts (COTA) Senator, Camryn Hohneker, to fill the vacancy left by Vice President Musman. The senate also voted down a resolution supporting the creation of a football exploratory committee that would have been tasked with investigating if students wanted to bring back LBSU football. 
WHILE AT BOARD OF CONTROL
Thursdays  -  2 p.m. (USU-234)
This week ASI continued supporting our students and organizations through BOC. The Pilipino American Coalition received funding to support some of their annual programs including the Pilipino Cultural Night and Pilipino Christmas Festival. More than six graduate students were approved for travel grants which will allow them to present their research at various conferences around the country. In total ASI provided over $10,000 in grants for students last week.
L OBBY CORPS
Thursdays - 12:30 p.m. (USU 234)  
Last Thursday, Lobby Corps approved the application for the annual California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) conference with a deadline set for Friday, December 1. Lobby Corps also discussed partnering with CALFRESH and similar organizations on campus to develop the housing and food insecurity challenges LBSU students face.
TODAY'S SENATE MEETING  
  • Convocation by Dr. Patience Bryant, LBSU Director of Student Conduct & Ethical Discipline.
  • Second reading on resolution in support of Rise California's Campaign for Free College Tuition 
  • Second reading on the Board of Directors Policy Agenda and Initiatives for 2017/2018
For a complete list of all minutes and agendas visit the student government website at