Safer starts new year with fully confidential counseling

Before Safer became confidential, the center was required to direct survivors to the on-campus Title IX coordinator.

To expand global programs, Cal Poly adds international student fee

Cal Poly will increase international student’s tuition by $150 per quarter beginning in fall, and the newly established fee is set to increase in 2015.

Dean: Campus convinced admin to keep Cross Cultural Centers in UU

Building 52 originally presented an opportunity to increase space for the Cross Cultural Centers, which includes the Gender Equity Center, Pride Center and MultiCultural Center.

Cross Cultural Centers to stay in UU

After an end-of-school standoff between Cross Cultural Centers supporters and Cal Poly administrators over the future location of the center, the university has chosen to keep it in its current home inside the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU).

Meet the new Inter Housing Council president

Cal Poly’s Inter Housing Council officers were chosen this past month.

Behind the stats: A tale of sexual assault numbers at two campuses

With greater funding, around-the-clock help for survivors of sexual violence and system-wide coordination of its response to sexual assault, UCSB’s differences from Cal Poly’s sexual assault response approach run deeper than just the numbers.

Secrets behind Cal Poly's little city

At the intersection of Cuesta Avenue and South Perimeter Road lies the 106-year-old Old Power House (bldg. 76) — the oldest building on campus.

Power briefly falters on campus

A Cal Poly spokesperson said that University Housing was not affected but a “significant portion” of campus was down.

Mustang News, June 5, 2014: WOW leaders graduate from training, crop sciences selling fresh fruit

Olivia DeGennaro [follow id= “LivDeGennaro”] Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

For Student Affairs, year focused on alcohol, partying

Cal Poly’s administration has been hands-on in student life this year, for better or for worse.

Mustang News, June 4, 2014: Panel discusses money in politics, students train horses for sale

Mustang News anchor Katie McDermott covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.