The Central Pacific Scuba Club, despite being deemed “too risky” to be a official club on campus, continues to create a community for Cal Poly and Central Coast divers to come together and safely enjoy Pacific Ocean wonders.
The resolution may change before it is voted on and will only be advisory to campus administration.
For every tie dye t-shirt purchased from Hippies for Hope, they will donate one to a children’s hospital.
This PolyCultural Weekend was one of the largest and highlighted Cal Poly’s underrepresented student’s commitment to incoming marginalized students.
To students, “fair trade” may mean glancing at another garbled label on a chocolate bar. But the impact is global.
Slacklines and hammocks have been banned on campus, per an interim policy released last Friday. Slacklining is limited to designated areas and may only be temporarily affixed to university-installed poles while in use, according to Section 334.1.3 of campus facilities policies. Hammocks are…