The Precision Agriculture and Automation Club, with bioresource and agricultural engineering professor Bo Liu as the adviser, works with the San Luis Obispo Strawberry Commission to test different ways to grow strawberries by measuring various factors of plant health from…
Wednesday, Dec. 5, James urged officials to prohibit unprotected left turns across Highway 101 traffic, specifically at the El Campo intersection, at a San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) meeting.
On a Tuesday night, dozens of students can be seen crammed into Front Porch coffee house, animatedly talking about God. They all have one thing in common: being a part of Cal Poly’s greek life.
A chemistry professor and three students are looking to see how harmful California’s deadly wildfires are to the air even hundreds of miles away.
Beginning Jan. 1, cannabis dispensaries and cultivation businesses will be allowed in the city of San Luis Obispo.
Following a year where nearly 1,000 more students accepted Cal Poly’s offer of admission than expected, Cal Poly is now working towards bringing down the total enrollment size of its student body.
“I wanted people to look at my smile and think ‘Oh, she’s perfect, she’s fine,’ but on the inside, I was the complete opposite.”
With the implementation of the $99 health fee increase per quarter beginning Fall 2018, students are already seeing improved wait times at the Health Center.
Cal Poly will be getting a new institutional logo, messaging and website in May 2019 with the debut of the yakʔitʸutʸu Welcome Center. Three new brand concepts have been proposed, each embodying a different concept — “The Power of and,”…