OUR orientation up for review

Orientation for United Raza is in the process of being evaluated according to Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting, director of New Student and Transition Programs.

Veteran Success Center comes to Cal Poly

Cal Poly students work to cultivate a home for veterans and dependents on campus.

Orientation programs to be mandatory for incoming students

Cal Poly’s orientation events will be mandatory for incoming freshman and transfer students come 2015.

Easing hunger pains: The Cal Poly Hunger Program

Vouchers are given out on campus and can be redeemed at 19 Metro Station.

MultiCultural Center’s newest coordinators ready to develop ‘culturally competent’ students

Two MCC coordinators were hired Sept. 11, one with a passion for assisting Native American students, the other excited to help undocumented students.

Excessive exercise: Treading the line between a healthy habit and a problem

Whether it be hiking Bishop Peak or participating in a workout class at the Recreation Center, Cal Poly provides plenty of ways to stay fit. In fact, that’s one of the main features that sets this community apart. At what point, however, does the goal to become fit go from being healthy to obsessive?

Demonstrators express solidarity for sexual assault survivors

A demonstration organized in response to last weekend’s reported sexual assault occurred on Friday to express solidarity for survivors of sexual violence.

Food, henna and a cultural education: CultureFest 2014

Musical performances, cultural dances and ethnic food booths were just a few of many attractions at CultureFest.

Big change coming to class registration, has yet to be revealed

An official release about the change will be sent to students via email in late October.

Flu vaccinations available soon

Flu shots will be available at the Health Center later this week.

Campus climate survey summary released, reveals the good and the bad

In an email to students, Cal Poly released an executive summary of the 2014 Campus Climate Survey.