“College basketball is a different physicality and a different type of game,” senior guard Victor Joseph said.
San Luis Obispo became the first city in the world to successfully ban smoking in public places in 1990, and now the California State University system is considering adopting a 100 percent tobacco ban.
As Miley Cyrus’ latest hit blares through your friend-of-a-friend’s living room, you realize the keg is dry and you decide to get out of there. Walking home from Hathway Avenue can be a daunting task, especially when you start to feel paranoid.
An audio slideshow that gives a look at some of the more unusual spots Cal Poly students study on campus. Locations View Unconventional study spots on campus in a larger map
As on-campus construction continues, it may be hard to figure out how to get around. Check out our interactive map to know what’s going, and avoid arriving in class late.
With the state facing a $42 billion budget deficit this year, Californians have the chance to decide how their tax dollars should be used to balance the state budget through six propositions of the Tuesday statewide special election.
In the academic environment, students revel in the fact that they can let their responsibilities go during their quarterly breaks. Student-athletes are responsible for keeping their bodies in shape despite being away from the competition.
Students seeking shade on campus now have the opportunity to enjoy the comforts of trees planted and a bench installed by forest and national resource (FNR) students between the Alan A. Erhart agriculture (10) and mathematics and science (38) buildings.
Last month Surfline.com, ranked Cal Poly the third best surf school in America. Factors that went into the decision were difficulty to get accepted, difficulty of curriculum, the nightlife, access to surf, size of waves, whether surf classes and a surf team were offered.