NSBE is the longest-running black organization at Cal Poly.
As more “lower-risk workplaces” begin to open throughout San Luis Obispo County, officials continue to work together to promote public safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19. San Luis Obispo […]
The San Luis Obispo Thursday night farmer’s market, suspended since March 12, is restructuring in order to reopen. The downtown San Luis Obispo farmers market is the only market in […]
The U.S. Department of Education finalized its Title IX regulations, which dictate how campuses must process sexual assault and harassment reports. Universities will have to abide by these new regulations […]
The first time Nishi Rajakaruna was forced to live in isolation he was just a teen, living in Sri Lanka during the civil war. The second time is now, following […]
“This isn’t your standard power outage where a couple buildings go down,” Cal Poly Director of Emergency Management Anthony Knight said. “This is where an entire region goes down and the support structure we all rely on is potentially impacted.”
A new traffic signal is being added at the intersection in front of the Grand Avenue parking structure. It is part of a larger $529,000 yakʔitʸutʸu project aimed at improving pedestrian […]
Weed is now in San Luis Obispo — for official business.
Last year, the Commencement Office partnered with Zero Waste and the University Bookstore to pilot a gown recycling program. Gown collection boxes were present at both the Spring 2018 and […]
Business administration senior Nicole Scalone died in a car accident the morning of Wednesday, June 12. She was expected to graduate at the Spring 2019 commencement ceremony this weekend. She […]
Approximately 20 percent of the trash Cal Poly sends to landfill is food waste. In an audit of trash from Poly Canyon Village, the heaviest weight came from half-eaten burritos […]