Walkie Talkie Thursdays allows attendees to walk alongside Chief George Hughes throughout campus to have an informal discussion with Hughes about anything.
Incumbent John Peschong has won the District 1 County Board of Supervisors race Tuesday, March 3. District 1 consists of northern San Luis Obispo County, including Paso Robles. As of 11:30 p.m., incumbent John Peschong has received 8,702 votes. This was 67.4 percent of the total votes for District 1, more than doubling his opponent […]
Last year, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) registered 3,178 students to vote, helping Cal Poly beat every other California college in the Secretary of State’s Ballot Bowl competition. This year, armed with a $50,000 grant from the family of the late computer science freshman Jordan Grant, ASI president Mark Borges said he is confident ASI matched […]
A group of Cal Poly students are building an artificial intelligence voice assistant that aims to provide students and faculty with knowledge of courses, buildings, faculty and other campus information.
In the more than 66 years Cal Poly has had an ROTC program, they have helped students enter into 17 different branches of the U.S. Army. More than 1,300 officers from Cal Poly have been commissioned into the U.S. Army, Army Reserve and National Guard.
Kat Campisi is a long way from home. She’s also a long way from her Kaiser Permanente pharmacy. Unfortunately for Campisi, Kaiser only runs their insurance prices through their own pharmacy or through mail-in, which could take days. Although she has good insurance and would normally have access to sufficient health care, Campisi does not […]
The Office of University Diversity and Inclusion (OUDI) will host a Collective Impact Forum open to all Cal Poly students, faculty and staff Friday, Nov. 2 Collective Impact is a group composed of students, faculty and staff that serves as a “Container for Change” by rallying multiple campus groups around a common agenda and increasing diversity and […]
Find out how to beat CSU Fullerton in registered student voters.
Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards given to Northern Chumash Tribe, as well as Cal Poly anthropology and geography professor Terry Jones and his students
Alex Spanos, the longtime Chargers owner, died at age 95 early Tuesday morning. He was surrounded by his family. The Cal Poly alumnus donated $8 million in 2004 to renovate the university’s football stadium, now named Alex G. Spanos Stadium. He and his late wife Faye Spanos also donated $1.5 million in 2003 to renovate […]
This senior project followed the marketing startegies of Youtube star Arden Rose.