Foote argues that the greek life suspension was a massive and unreasonable PR blunder.
Semancik argues that the Dryslongo Collective’s list of demands and following clarification are anti-Semitic and misinformed.
Burrell argues that Armstrong should have immediately condemned the behavior and taken charge like a dictator.
McCarthy argues the greek community needs to work together to be role models on this campus.
Billik argues it is unfair to ban all greek life and that greek organizations deserve protection too.
The CLASAC wanted to publicly state their response to the incidences of racism within the past week.
Bartel argues that Armstrong should show solidarity with marginalized communities by refusing to allow Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus.
The Central Coast Coalition for Undocumented Student Success is committed to working with Cal Poly to create social justice platforms.
Reichardt writes that serious soul-searching is needed to preserve and modernize fraternities.
Daniel Pfau argues that allowing Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus will bring tangible harm to the queer community.