Mustangs for Recovery, a student-created program, aims to help other students overcome addiction.
Mechanical engineering senior E.J. Rainville spent his 2018 summer traveling through the North Atlantic, aboard a 238-foot ship and encountering 60 mph winds and 23-foot swells. But this was not for leisure – Rainville was collecting data to help scientists better understand climate change. “It’s kind of interesting sleeping in that — you roll around a […]
Thursday, Jan. 24, in Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre, the Office of University Diversity and Inclusion (OUDI) announced a $243,000 partnership with diversity expert Damon Williams to start the Cal Poly Inclusive Excellence Action Plan, which aims to create a more diverse environment within the university. Williams is a diversity, equity and inclusion expert who […]
The Animal Science Department used the recent Direct Action Everywhere protest against the Cal Poly Meat Processing Center as a teaching moment for incoming agriculture students.
The final touches are being added to Cal Poly’s newest addition, the yakʔitʸutʸu living community, which is set to be ready for students to move in by Sept. 14. Cal Poly worked with the Northern Chumash to create the yakʔitʸutʸu community, which includes seven residence halls ranging from three to five stories, all named after […]