Associate professor of science, technology and society Matthew Harsh said our phones are not “listening” to us in the literal way that some people may think.
This tradition came to an end once the Downtown Association decided that cruising was deterring patrons from visiting the core of downtown
Due to the rainy season this year, Fremont Hall will remain closed while the university evaluates long-term repairs, according to University Spokesperson Matt Lazier. The hall was evacuated and closed in February 2017 as a result of a mudslide after heavy rainfall. The re-opening of the hall was scheduled for Fall 2018, but was pushed […]
A clear bag policy will take effect for the first time during the upcoming spring commencement ceremonies at Alex G. Spanos Stadium on June 15 and 16. The policy limits each individual to one clear bag or small clutch. Prohibited items include backpacks, tote bags, purses, fanny packs and camera bags, to name a few. […]
Out of a lack of mental health services for the LGBTQ+ within San Luis Obispo County, the SLO ACCEPTance Project emerges.
After the resolution’s second hearing, a majority vote passed it at the Academic Senate meeting. However, because the franchise is out of the Academic Senate’s jurisdiction, the resolution cannot terminate the contract itself but can only suggest Cal Poly Corporation to do so.
While the iconic “Learn by Doing” tagline remains, University Marketing said the refreshed brand more clearly articulates Cal Poly’s past, present and future, while emphasizing the readiness of graduates to make an impact on the world.
The highly anticipated rodeo event is almost ready to shine during this Open House weekend.