Starbucks was the last on-campus dining facility to still give out plastic straws.
On a Tuesday during Winter 2019, Brenden Nichols invited his friend, Megan Milburn, to hike the ‘P,’ a popular landmark on campus just beyond the South Mountain residence halls. “He was just saying, ‘Megs, we have to go hike the…
A theatre and parking garage will be built downtown as the SLO City Council approved the project with a 3-0 vote Tuesday night. The 50-foot tall parking structure will sit on the corner of Nipomo and Palm Street, and contain…
Two students, two teachers and a few horticulture unit employees are growing 2,500 to 3,000 poinsettias to sell in mid-December.
In six months, businesses in San Luis Obispo County will be banned from distributing styrofoam products, including to-go containers and styrofoam cups.
Students will find six dining venues, including Balance Café, Hearth, Streets, Noodles, Brunch and a dessert location.
Fire season is intensifying and getting longer, according to professor and geologist William Preston. The amount of land burned in California during a wildfire has also increased by 500 percent since 1972.
As Seth Gruber kicked off his “Abortion is Genocide” speaking tour at Cal Poly Wednesday night, students gathered outside the University Union (UU) in protest for reproductive rights.
Student debt is on the rise, but a proposed house bill is aiming to combat it. Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-CA) discussed the Degrees Not Debt Act of 2018 in the University Union Plaza on Oct. 8. The bill will expand Pell…
The program teaches veterans how to surf and works to support them through their physical and mental injuries.