Cal Poly administration announced plans to build a first-year housing community on Grand Avenue, leaving some students dreaming of a more spacious room and others concerned about parking availability.
As part of their ever-changing, flexible program, the Pride Center introduced the Queer Dialogue series on Jan. 14. The series, which serves as a safe environment for students to discuss difficult topics, arose from student request. The Cross Cultural Centers…
The university hopes to start the $200 million construction project next year and finish by Fall 2018.
While most college students around the country are bundling up for winter, Cal Poly students are stripping down.
“We know that students who live in the residence halls perform better academically, reach higher levels of student success, graduate at higher rates than students who don’t,” Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Humphrey said.
The week-long event began Saturday, and continues through the week at participating restaurants and vegan companies in the San Luis Obispo area.
So far this year, the Health Center has seen approximately 100 cases. But like Cal Poly’s chief doctor predicts this is only the beginning.