The economic climate and spike in unemployment rates throughout the country have rendered some people and families uninsured, but San Luis Obispo is setting an example for others by providing […]
After spending half a practice mopping the floor, zip-lining in thunder showers and going toe-to-toe with a Brazilian aardvark, the Cal Poly men’s basketball team said it feels as if […]
The Cal Poly Consultative Search Committee wrapped up its provost candidate forum Friday morning when it introduced its fourth and final candidate for the position: Kathleen Finken, University of Wisconsin-La […]
Students and faculty at Cal Poly will say their goodbyes to Blackboard this spring, as Moodle steps in as the university’s primary learning management system. Whether or not these goodbyes […]
San Luis Obispo residents and visitors now have a safe, reliable and cheap way of getting home after a night of partying: SLO Safe Rides. After officially starting the business […]
Cal Poly Athletics recently signed the largest corporate sponsorship in university history, but details regarding the switch from Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center to French Hospital remain unclear. Ron Yukelson, […]
Cal Poly’s approach toward energy efficiency has resulted in many interactive student programs and the certification of eco-friendly buildings and campus maintenance procedures — all while its staff searches for […]
Eric Lincoln, an officer at the San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD), is one of the town’s 44,948 residents who experience an influx of college students into the population at […]
Cal Poly’s aerospace engineering department continued its twenty-year-long string of excellence this September when it took first and second place at the national Undergraduate Team Aircraft Design competition.
Many Week of Welcome (WOW) leaders have voiced their anger about Plu$ Dollars earned during WOW inexplicably vanishing from their Polycards on Sept. 20, and many can’t explain why or how this happened.
Cal Poly, along with the rest of the colleges in the California State University system, was told by the chancellor’s office to cut student numbers this year in order to save money. The decision put Cal Poly on track to meet the required enrollment target set by the chancellor’s office of 15,702 full time equivalent students.