Editor’s note: An animal science senior who wishes to remain anonymous will be referred to as Jane Roe for the purpose of the story. The accused assailant will be referred […]
A rape survivor took her experience and propelled it into a senior project, reaching out to others who had similar expereinces and asking what resources Cal Poly provides and could improve upon.
Echoing the pattern across the nation, San Luis Obispo’s midterm election brought about notable firsts, including the first time San Luis Obispo City Council will consist of four women. It […]
From #MeToo a year ago to the recent #WhyIDidn’tReport, these movements have amplified voices of sexual assault and rape survivors, involving the globe as well as our community.
With Us, The National Network for Peer Accountability at Cal Poly, is preparing to hone in on rates of sexual assault and intimate partner violence, discrimination, hazing and abuse of drugs […]
Cal Poly has the worst representation equity among public California universities, according to a USC study.
Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong has lifted a blanket suspension for Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternities and Panhellenic Association (PHA) sororities that was implemented April 16, eight days after fraternity Lambda […]
20-year-old electrical engineering rising junior Malcolm Feix died surfing at Pomponio State Beach Sunday, July 22.
Aims to inspire underclassman women in STEM who may be trying to find their place in their own majors.
On a gloomy Thursday morning, a vibrant t-shirt timeline was showcased on Dexter Lawn depicting the stories of various women in punk. With punk music blasting in the background, Women […]
Bey Day aims to showcase and celebrate work surrounding the politics of Beyonce’s musical and visual collection of work