Albertsons to be replaced by health food store Haggen

Haggen will offer a number of traditional products as well as healthier foods, including gluten-free and organic products.

Truth in Advertising Act gains momentum, then stalls

Lindsy Mobley [follow id=”lindsy_mobley”] Most advertisements, if not all, are Photoshopped. The advertisements that discretely land in our peripheral vision with our every turn are usually undeniably airbrushed. And yet, even knowing this, we all idolize, idealize and fantasize about…

SLO opens ‘concrete jungle’ skate park

The grand opening drew a crowd of approximately 1,000 people.

Wellness technology offers promising field for entrepreneurial students

Wellness technology is now becoming a trending market and may be an opportunity for students across campus to take advantage of.

SLO city cracks down on rental homes

Due to a shortage of affordable housing, the program aims to ensure students will not have to live in unsuitable housing conditions.

Testimony begins in preliminary hearing for Cal Poly football players

The case judge listened to testimonies and reviewed evidence to see if the case should continue on to trial.

Institute of Advanced Technology and Public Policy receives $1.2 million grant to ‘open government’ program

The Institute of Advanced Technology and Public Policy will use the grant to enhance voters’ access to government meetings.

You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here: Cal Poly students leave California for winter break

Not every Cal Poly student is staying in the Golden State for winter break.

Street Heat: The evolution of dance

Street Heat is a dance studio where people can train in both contemporary and hip hop style dance.

San Luis Obispo stabilization program: the many ideas to integrate San Luis Obispo neighborhoods

Councilman John Ashbaugh, San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx and Alliance of SLO Neighborhoods have their own ideas.

The ‘Isla Vista phenomenon’: San Luis Obispo city council tries to decrease the amount of student-dominanted neighborhoods

The plan is currently being looked at by Cal Poly administration, UPD, SLOPD, city council and others.