Associated Press, Indian Country Today Media Network, Death and Taxes, Huffington Post and Jezebel have all posted stories referencing the “Colonial Bros and Nava-hos” party, which occurred this past weekend.
Most Cal Poly students can tell you the story of Carson Starkey. They’ll tell you he was a Cal Poly student lost to alcohol poisoning in 2008. His story is retold every year in hopes of raising awareness about alcohol poisoning and looking out for fellow students.
Panhellenic recruitment came to a close with 575 women receiving bids from eight sororities this past Tuesday, making this year’s recruitment the largest in Cal Poly history.
Hannah Croft firstname.lastname@example.org Childhood friends Frog and Toad are getting ready to emerge from hibernation, with the help of Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department. For the next two weeks, […]
Hannah Croft email@example.com Cal Poly students and community members can start Valentine’s Day early this year. The annual Loverspeak poetry reading comes to campus on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. […]
Hannah Croft firstname.lastname@example.org It’s vagina season. You heard right. Thursday isn’t just Valentine’s Day, but V-Day — a day dedicated to raising awareness and ending violence against women and girls. […]
Hannah Croft email@example.com Columbia University and The Academy of American Poets are just a couple prestigious places winners of Cal Poly’s Al Landwehr Creative Writing Contest have been affiliated with. The […]
Hannah Croft firstname.lastname@example.org The inaugural 132-member pledge class of Kappa Kappa Gamma was named this past Sunday after sisters from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) and California State […]
Six people were taken to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center after escaping from a house fire on Johnson Street early Sunday morning. The fire started at the front of the […]
“Perhaps the most daunting part of applying to Cal Poly,” I say on every Poly Reps tour, “is declaring your major.” As seniors in high school, few 17-year-olds can say […]
The investigation of the alleged sexual assault that occurred last Tuesday is at a standstill. San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) watch commander Bill Proll said no new information on […]