Bar of the Night, the student-run takeover of a downtown bar, is planned, promoted, and DJed by a group of four Cal Poly students.
Two demonstrations of the First Amendment were notably absent from Cal Poly’s campus Fall 2018: the Free Speech Wall and the protests against it. For those who missed it, there is no reason to worry; the Cal Poly College Republicans have opened up their Free Speech Gallery on Dexter Lawn. The College Republicans said this […]
Highway 1 at Mud Creek reopened Friday, March 8 at 3:30 p.m. after Caltrans received confirmation from National Weather Service data that the significant storms have passed in the area.
Brothers of the fraternity Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) took their commitment to Team Mateo to the next level when they shaved their heads in the University Union (UU) Plaza Thursday, Feb. 28. ZBT members decided to shave their heads in solidarity with seven-year-old Mateo Cota who is going through chemotherapy for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. The […]
Sexual assaults that occur a block from campus could be a block too far for the Office of Equal Opportunity to investigate. This is one of many changes to Title IX, proposed by the Trump Administration, that sparked concern among members of the Cal Poly community. Students and faculty at Cal Poly have spoken out […]
Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) is accepting applications now for their new sales minor, set to debut Fall 2019. Administration, faculty and staff collaborated to form the minor after students expressed a need for more sales-related curriculum, according to marketing professor Lisa Simon. “We saw a need to give students a stronger foundation in […]
The Department of Education announced a 24-hour comment period for proposed changes to the Title IX system after a system glitch affected the previous 60-day comment period.
This upcoming weekend, Feb. 15-17, Cal Poly’s Western Bonanza Junior Livestock Show will be back at the Paso Robles Event Center celebrating its 35th anniversary. Western Bonanza, which began as a Cal Poly senior project in 1985, has grown to be the largest student-run livestock show on the West Coast. This year’s event is being […]
Fellow California State University (CSU) Sacramento State is welcoming a new addition to its campus this February: an autonomous shuttle named Olli.
University Police Department (UPD) Officer Chad Reiley was among the first to receive the California State University (CSU) Lifesaving Medal.
SLO Queerdos drag queens and kings along with 7 Sisters Brewing Company are working to raise money for the local Women’s March in one fun-filled night.