“If you start mandating too many trainings, it can cause some problems. It’s very time consuming, so we would have to discuss that with the labor unions if we were going to do any more mandated training,” Assistant Vice President of Public Safety and Chief of Police George Hughes.
The Cal Poly Baseball team is getting a new state-of-the-art facility. The question now is a matter of when it will open. The new Dignity Health Baseball Clubhouse was supposed to be completed by April 2019, but design complications have pushed the deadline back. “We haven’t committed nor has the contractor committed to an absolute […]
In Spring 2016, a proposal to completely renovate and expand the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) failed. Instead of giving up, Associate Students, Inc. (ASI) decided to reevaluate. “We took all the feedback and comments we had received in [the 2016] referendum process and thought, ‘How can we make it more of a neighborhood […]
Cal Poly’s new Vista Grande dining complex is still under construction, leaving many wondering if it will still open by Fall 2019. The construction started nine months behind schedule in 2017 and pushed the original opening from Fall 2018 to Fall 2019. Cal Poly Corporation communications specialist Aaron Lambert said the amount of rain received […]
Not many people can say they have been bitten by a shark and lived to surf again. Communication studies sophomore Nick Wapner was attacked by a shark at Montaña de Oro State Park off Sandspit Beach in Jan. 2019. Both his legs were bitten, but after only six weeks, Wapner was back in the water. […]
Video by Austin Linthicum & Connor McCarthy Three candidates are campaigning to be the 2019-2020 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president. The president represents the Cal Poly student body and works closely with university administration. Alex Bires Journalism freshman Alex Bires is running for president while finishing his first year at Cal Poly. “I wanted to […]
The family of computer engineering freshman Jordan Grant donated $50,000 to Associated Students Inc. (ASI) to increase awareness of student voting registration, in memory of their son. “We want Jordan’s classmates to share the excitement he had for voting,” Jordan’s dad James Grant said. “We think beginning to vote and finding a voice will change […]
Designs for the new JUSTIN and J. Lohr Center for Wine and Viticulture are complete and construction is expected to begin within the next two months. “It’s going to be the best thing that Cal Poly can do for this program,” enology lecturer and Pilot Winery Manager Jim Shumate said. The center is named after […]
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI), Inter Housing Council (IHC) and Campus Dining collaborated to hold a Campus Dining Open Forum Friday, Mar. 8 from 1-2 p.m. in the University Union. The event served as a way for students to express feedback of Campus Dining and voice their opinions about the current food on campus. There were […]
Students are slowly losing access to their library databases — and the Academic Senate is asking for them back.
The MultiCultural Center (MCC) unofficially opened Feb. 13 in their new location downstairs in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU).