Sigma Nu members elected Amman Asfaw, electrical engineering sophomore, to fill the chapter’s newly created position of diversity chair April 15, becoming the first Cal Poly greek chapter to officially create and fill a diversity position. “My hope is that…
Highlights and main points from the Fake News Panel presented by the Cal Poly College Republicans and Turning Point USA.
An estimated 25 protesters showed up to the panel, compared to the 50-60 at last year’s Yiannopoulos event.
The event offered students in marginalized communities an opportunity to protest Yiannopoulos in a different way than last year.
The Collective emailed nine administrators a meeting time and date to discuss their demands that followed the blackface incident.
Gray argues if you want to speak freely, you must be willing to defend others’ rights to speak freely.
The Ethnic Studies faculty express their support and love for students of color in light of recent events.
Vella argues that the university prioritizes the wrong issues in terms of student discipline.