ASI Board of Directors Approves Resolution for Open Course Evaluations

At the meeting last week, the ASI Board of Directors approved the resolution to open up course evaluations for students to reference when choosing their classes. The next step is asking the university to look at this possibility. Many universities already offer evaluations for students to see.

San Luis Obispo City Council approves rental housing inspection program

The San Luis Obispo City Council has approved a new rental housing investigation program.

Fresh and tasty dishes served at Real Food Collaborative’s Green Chef Competition

Real Food Collaborative held its annual Green Chef competition on April 26, using sustainable, local and organic produce.

Cal Poly students work to sustain

The Cal Poly Future Fuels club wants to bridge a gap they see between students and the community. See what the Future Fuels club had in store for city residents at the Central Coast Sustainability Festival.

Finding your anchor with Owen Schwaegerle

Owen Schwaegerle will be Associated Students, Inc.’s (ASI) president for 2015-16.

Center for Leadership and Service comes to Cal Poly

The new center on campus offers students hands on experience refining their leadership skills to make them more marketable in the workplace.

Cal Poly Pride Center hosts monthlong LGBTQIA pride event

On April 1, Cal Poly kicked off its annual Pride Month: a monthlong celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA) community on campus.

UPD escort van service no longer driving off campus

The University Police Department (UPD) escort van’s original intent was to serve the students residing on campus, but some off-campus students feel its services should be expanded to them as well.

Musty the Mustang Facebook account run by student, not administrators

Cal Poly students have received Facebook friend requests throughout the year from an account called “Musty the Mustang.”

Learn By Doing sways prospective students’ choice

Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting, Cal Poly’s director of New Student Programs, says that more than anything, the Learn By Doing motto is what is most attractive to prospective students.

Applicant pool increases as acceptance rates fall

More and more students are applying for Cal Poly, but can the university handle a bigger freshman class?