After being closed for nearly three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the eatery held a soft opening last month and is slated to fully reopen this Thursday.
A 95-year-old woman is asking a judge to find she is not obligated to make a $25 million donation to music education at CSULB, alleging she was coerced into signing such an agreement.
A group of volleyball teammates saw the need for a space where student-athletes could focus on their mental health and well-being, so they made one—with snacks.
Osuna said he was appreciative of “all the solidarity and support from my colleagues and community. The open letter demonstrates that my incident with UPD is not an isolated one.”
Professor Steven Osuna says a campus police officer treated him differently than his White colleagues. The officer’s union says Osuna’s accusations about racial bias are “demonstrably false.”
The professor, along with his faculty union, said police refused to help him get into his locked office, which put him under “a presumption of guilt, rather than of innocence” because of his ethnicity.
The campus is the first in the Cal State University system to have mental health professionals respond to mental health emergencies in place of campus police.
“Without a doubt, COVID-19 brought a sedentary lifestyle to our families,” said Isabel Rojas, a program promoter and community outreach assistant for the Latino Health Center.
“I just feel ignored. … They acknowledged what we wanted, but they’re going to go ahead and move forward with their own plan,” one CSULB senior said.
“I was robbed of my on-campus experience,” student Jose Sanchez-Castro said. ” … This is the least we could get out of it.”