It’s tough being a student these days. We’ve got midterms and quizzes to study for; readings and homework to finish; fees, parking permits and textbooks to pay for; and then we’ve got to search for a parking space or hope to get a seat on the bus. With all these things to worry about, it’s a good thing that ASI student government is working full time on your behalf. We’ve got over 60 dedicated students in and out of the office every day working to improve life on campus for all of you.
If you are curious what we’ve been up to, or would like to know what is in store for Cal Poly’s future, then don’t miss our 5th annual State of the Student Address. On Thursday Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. in Chumash Auditorium we will provide students with a first-hand look at how we’re improving our campus on day at a time. We are also honored to include Cal Poly President Dr. Warren J. Baker as a featured guest for the evening to speak about how Cal Poly is preparing the leaders of tomorrow and building a university capable of meeting the demands of the 21st century.
Students attending the event will come away knowing more about how ASI is working on improving transportation issues, club services, ASI facilities and how we’re planning to include a broader mix of students in the future of ASI leadership. If you’ve ever wondered what goes on in the university outside of the classroom, this is your chance to find out. The event also provides an incredible opportunity for students to meet university administrators, city officials and student leaders. It’s a one of a kind opportunity brought to you by ASI. We hope to see you there!
Tylor Middlestadt is the Associated Students Inc. president and a Mustang Daily columnist. He can be reached at email@example.com; 756-5828; AIM: CPASI President