A political science sophomore was backed by the San Luis Obispo County Progressives and won a seat as an Assembly District delegate for Assembly District 35.
Two CLA Dean finalists will be visiting Cal Poly this week and students are encouraged to attend open forums, meeting the candidates.
Friends and family remember Michael Kullman as a kind-hearted, caring and deeply religious young man.
A rape survivor took her experience and propelled it into a senior project, reaching out to others who had similar expereinces and asking what resources Cal Poly provides and could improve upon.
Rain, wind, and cool temperatures welcomed students back to a new quarter at Cal Poly, but stormy weather will likely continue in San Luis Obispo for another week.
For many students having to work a job, or even two, while in school is the only option to be able to participate in costly extracurriculars, like greek life, on top of an already hefty tuition bill.
Tickets start at $60 and go up to $95. There is a 20 percent discount on non-VIP tickets for Cal Poly students, faculty and staff.
On a Tuesday night, dozens of students can be seen crammed into Front Porch coffee house, animatedly talking about God. They all have one thing in common: being a part of Cal Poly’s greek life.
“I wanted people to look at my smile and think ‘Oh, she’s perfect, she’s fine,’ but on the inside, I was the complete opposite.”
San Luis Obispo is going to be experiencing another wet and chilly week as a second storm makes its way to the region.
Cal Poly’s Theory and Practice of Rodeo class (AG 243) does not meet in the classroom — not even once. The students gather at the rodeo grounds and spend each class working with Ben Londo, the coach of Cal Poly’s rodeo team.