Student Affairs to take leadership role in changing Campus Dining

As part of an effort to make the university more residential and “24/7,” as well as accommodate the growing number of students who will be living on campus, Student Affairs will now play an increased role in directing Campus Dining.

ASI committee takes up open club membership poilcy

The advocacy committee is working on understanding the executive order and has met with Dean of Students Jean DeCosta to discuss the policy.

Athletes help out Safer with new ad campaign

Members of the men’s lacrosse team, men’s soccer team and women’s basketball team participated in the new campaign.

Safer to host self-defense class

The program has had a poor turnout in the past, but Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani hopes more people will sign up this time.

Safer searches for assistant coordinator

Cal Poly Safer is looking to hire a new member, according to Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani.

Library wins 2014 Excellence in Academic Libraries award

The Kennedy Library is the first university in California to receive the Excellence in Academic Libraries award from the Association of College Research Libraries.

Cal Poly sexual assault reporting rate among lowest in California

“My first reaction is that (these statistics) give a false sense of what the reality is,” Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani said.

Student falconers fly in the face of normality

Laura Wilkinson “So far I’m loving it, and my parents are very supportive, especially my dad,” animal science senior Madison Brandon said. “He thinks it’s the coolest thing ever that his daughter is a falconer.” Laura Wilkinson Special to Mustang…

Gay and greek: Out in a fraternity

Sophia Liu/Staff Photographer Connor Clarke (center), a wine and viticulture senior and member of Phi Kappa Psi, is an openly gay fraternity member. He is pictured here with his fraternity brothers, who he said have fully supported him since he…

'Meet a Mustang': Speed-friending for students

“Yes, it is set up like speed dating,” special events student assistant Arin Miller said. “But there is no expectation that romance will occur.”

New K-12 law highlights transgender students' plight

Zach Maher/Staff Photographer Though it may not directly affect universities, a new law for K-12 schools will promote equality for transgender students.   Kayla Missman [follow id = “kaymissman”] Transgender students are protected by nondiscrimination policies, but they don’t have…