Ever wondered what it’s like to be Ryan or Emily? How about Jack, Matthew or Lauren? At Cal Poly, it’s easy to find out, because according to Cal Poly’s 2021 newly released Directory research, these are the top five most common first names among students.
Update Feb. 14: The 469 students who have tested positive for the coronavirus during the winter quarter include those living on campus as well as off-campus in the San Luis Obispo community. Since the beginning of the winter quarter, 469…
Cal Poly is housing more students than any other Cal state with about 4,500 students living on campus this month, according to a Mustang News review of university housing plans within the California State University (CSU) system.
In a survey Mustang News distributed randomly to 850 students, 102 students responded, detailing how they plan to vote this year.
96.1 percent of students that were surveyed planned on voting during this election season.
President Jeffrey Armstrong and top administrators have argued for years that living on campus improves student’s retention rates. However, University Housing Director Jo Campbell said data she presented at an Academic Senate meeting Feb. 11 did not prove second-year housing causes…
In spite of 100 percent growth in building square footage and on-campus housing in the past three decades, the university managed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels.
Students at Cal Poly pay nearly $10,000 in tuition, but not all of their money goes toward academic and facilities services.
Cal Poly-UC Santa Barbara Men’s Soccer game is the most anticipated game of the season for both fanbases. Thousands of spectators fill Spanos Stadium every year to cheer on their home team.
The release of Cal Poly’s annual Clery report displayed an overall decrease in crime rates for 2018. A comparison between Cal Poly, UCSB, UC Davis and Fresno State highlight UCSB with the highest rates of offenses out of the four…