ASI Board of Directors votes to stay on quarters

The ASI Board of Directors also formally supported quarters earlier this year, after 89.8 percent of voting students shot down semesters in a February vote.

President’s communications director to retire in January

Chip Visci, director of communications in the Office of the President, will retire early next year.

FIRE criticizes Cal Poly investigation into Native American-themed party

Joe Cohn, who works at FIRE’s headquarters in Philadelphia, said Thursday that Cal Poly’s investigation is unconstitutional based on the information the university has made public so far.

Cal Poly challenging email that identifies party’s theme, host

University administrators are challenging the contents of an email sent to the Cal Poly Diversity Coalition that identified the host and theme of an “offensive” party now under investigation by the dean of students, a university spokesperson said Wednesday.

Armstrong’s spirit of leadership

Displaying his Mustang pride with an endless supply of high fives, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong is practically a famed figure on campus.

Liberal arts dean pushes for college fee increase

The fee increase would bring the College of Liberal Arts college-based fee on par with the rest of the Cal Poly’s colleges, which all stand at $347.19 per quarter. The College of Liberal Arts fee is now $239.19.

Community fires back at edge-of-campus housing plans

While the plan still needs to be passed by the California State University Board of Trustees, draft renderings of the building and its site plan were presented at the forum.

Cal Poly Corporation planning new dining complex

The plan for the new facility is still being talked out within Cal Poly Corporation and among university administrators, Cal Poly Corporation spokesperson Yukie Murphy said.

Cal Poly to host forum on new residence project

In May of this year, Cal Poly announced plans to build an additional 1,400 units of on-campus housing, and on Wednesday Nov. 6 will host a public forum in Room 220 of the University Union 6 to 7:30 p.m. to update the community on its plan, and, furthermore, to address any concerns regarding the project.

After years of informal practice, university introduces amnesty policy

If someone needs help, call 911. Don’t worry about repercussions. That’s the message Cal Poly is sending to students.