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Health Center adapts to growing population

More students means more germs.

To meet the growing demand of a rising student population, the Health Center extended its hours as part of a new pilot program. However, those aren’t the only changes the Health Center could be facing.

Behind the scenes of sexual assault

Safer is fighting a misconception that college campuses don’t reprimand students found guilty of sexual assault.

Cal Poly escapes immediate effects of government shutdown

The United States federal government officially shut down at midnight eastern time last night, leading to furloughs of thousands of government employees, including more than 90 percent of the Department of Education’s staff.

They’re here: Largest freshman class hits Cal Poly

Cal Poly recently welcomed the largest freshman class in university history, sparking changes affecting agencies across campus.

Learn By Going: A guide to studying abroad

Not only has mechanical engineering senior Nick Marquez always wanted to study abroad, he always wanted to go to Spain. Through the Cal Poly International Exchange Program, housed within the Cal Poly International Center, he was able to do just that.

Faces of WOW: The students behind the scenes

For Orientation Programs, Week of Welcome (WOW) is perhaps the biggest event of the year. However, being a WOWie isn’t the only way to be involved.

Missing grad OK, connects with family online

Taylor Goodson reconnected with his family around midnight Monday through Facebook, his mother P.J. Goodson said.

Recent Cal Poly grad missing in SLO

Taylor Goodson, a recent Cal Poly graduate, was reported missing to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office Monday at 6:30 a.m., according to his mother P.J. Goodson.

Cheers and tears: reactions to Supreme Court same-sex marriage rulings

The Supreme Court of the United States made two rulings in favor of same-sex marriage Wednesday, causing many happy reactions within the Cal Poly community.

Getting to the heart of tissue engineering

Samantha Sullivan Cal Poly engineering seems to have no bounds. Students learn to engineer cars, tractors and even planes. However, in the biomedical field, students are learning something relatively new, and rather mysterious: They’re learning how to engineer tissues.…

Cal Poly alumnus speaks about grad school and beyond

Samantha Sullivan The political science department celebrated its 40th anniversary this year with a “How Does It Work?” series. The first lecture, “‘Resilience’; Fighting Your Way Forward Through Graduate School (and beyond),” featured Cal Poly alumnus James Weber speaking on…