Benjy Egel
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Reaction to party tied to deep-seated feelings

The recent “Colonial Bros and Nava-hos” party was the tipping point for neglected minority students, Cross Cultural Centers assistant director Erin Echols said.

Police look for two suspects in shooting of student

The San Luis Obispo Police Department is pursuing two suspects in the Nov. 21 shooting of former Cal Poly football player and economics senior Geoffrey Hyde, Captain Chris Staley said.

Cal Poly invites fraternity Delta Tau Delta to join campus

After a growing interest in fraternity rush, Cal Poly has invited Delta Tau Delta to join the ranks of the 17 Interfraternity Council organizations on campus.

Monetary transparency program may come to ASI

Important budget information can be hidden behind confusing spreadsheets and dull numbers, but if Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Jason Colombini has his way, Cal Poly will be on the cutting edge of government transparency.

Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Kappa Psi placed on social probation

Cal Poly fraternities Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Kappa Psi are under social probation for hosting parties during fall recruitment, university spokesperson Matt Lazier said.

Halloween weekend yields low arrest numbers

As far as local police departments are concerned, it was a pretty mellow Halloween.

UPD identifies VG burglary suspects

University spokesperson Matt Lazier wrote in an email to Mustang News that convictions in similar cases often result in probation or expulsion, though financial or service sanctions could be an option.

UPD arrests 12 at Blue-Green Rivalry game

Cal Poly’s men’s soccer tied UC Santa Barbara at Friday’s Blue-Green rivalry game — but for some students, it was a total loss.

The University Police Department arrested 12 Cal Poly students for public intoxication, disorderly conduct or both at the game. Most of the arrests came in the second half, and San Luis Obispo police were present to drive those arrested to the county jail.

College Republicans lobbying against open club membership

The Cal Poly College Republicans have launched a petition to end a California State University policy requiring all clubs to have open membership, saying the rule will result in members who do not adhere to conservative values.

Secure Mustang Wireless to run faster with new Internet system

Cal Poly’s reputation for cutting-edge technology was one of the main reasons business administration freshman Ted Scranton accepted his admission.

Prop 30 opponent highlights Cal Poly political seminar

Cal Poly’s Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy gathered six leading political minds in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center October 11 to discuss solutions to California’s political problems.