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Honors Program collaborates for better program

Cal Poly’s honors advisory board — composed of honors students, faculty, staff and administration, has been meeting every Friday this quarter to discuss the future of the program, which the provost decided will be drastically changed by two year’s time.

Local veterans come full circle

One man was a survivor of D-Day.

Another, a survivor of Iwo Jima.

There were 14 veterans in total from the Central Coast — their valor still radiating through their 90-year-old wrinkles — gathered around the World War II memorial in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 27.

IFC fraternities recruit freshmen for first time in three years

Fraternities in the Interfraternity Council (IFC) are recruiting a new set of brothers this week. Recruitment kicked off Tuesday with a barbecue on Dexter Lawn, where all IFC fraternities set up booths to meet students interested in membership.

Apple CFO presents “Careers at Apple” on campus

Cal Poly alumnus Peter Oppenheimer, the senior vice president and chief financial officer for Apple, will be speaking on “Careers at Apple” at the Performing Arts Center this Thursday.

Cal Poly gearing up to assess campus diversity

Shaun Kahmann/Mustang Daily Students relax in the MultiCultural Center, which fosters a community for students of different ethnic backgrounds at Cal Poly. The university is planning to launch a survey measuring Cal Poly’s attitudes toward diversity in February. Shaun Kahmann…

Water outages disrupt campus move-in day

Photo by Zach Maher Mustang Daily staff report [follow id=”mustangdaily”] Update 1:20 p.m. Wednesday After another delay overnight, hot water is running on campus, said Tina Flack, an administrative analyst for Cal Poly Facilities. Hot water was restored near 12…

A freshman’s guide to going greek

“Are you going to rush?”
It is a question asked in the dorms, VG Cafe and running through the minds of many freshmen who are wondering if greek life will be a good fit.