Students gathered Nov. 14 to bake and break challah bread to help fundraiser for those who are food insecure. “I think everyone loves challah, even people who aren’t Jewish and don’t really know the significance behind it,” biological sciences junior…
An architecture student won a trip to Milan, Italy for her original loveseat design after winning the Velum and College of Architecture and Environmental Design’s Furniture Competition. On Nov. 1, hundreds of San Luis Obispo community members gathered in the…
Cal Poly is more than a place of learning for college-aged students and adults. Even preschoolers come to this campus to learn. At the Preschool Learning Lab, located in the Math and Science building, Patty Clarkson curates a learning experience…
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Currently, the only way to cross the murky water is by student-built structures that are constantly on the verge of collapse.
Within the next 15 years, University Housing will change their policy to require all sophomore students to live on campus.
To become a puppy raiser, a student must attend three consecutive meetings, puppy-sit for five nights and undergo a house evaluation to ensure their living space is suitable for a puppy.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) was awarded a food safety outreach grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to keep local farmers up to date on food safety.
“I thought we were just going to go through house tours and talk to some of the girls, and that it would be very chill, but it definitely feels more like a job interview, ” Margetta said.
In the more than 66 years Cal Poly has had an ROTC program, they have helped students enter into 17 different branches of the U.S. Army. More than 1,300 officers from Cal Poly have been commissioned into the U.S. Army, Army Reserve and National Guard.