Applicant pool increases as acceptance rates fall

More and more students are applying for Cal Poly, but can the university handle a bigger freshman class?

The ‘shit-in’: event highlights difficulty in accessing gender-neutral restrooms

The Cal Poly Queer Student Union will be hosting a “shit-in,” an event designed to put students in the shoes of transgender individuals and pledge to only use gender neutral bathrooms for three days.

Top 5 things to do at Open House

The sun is shining, tractors are being pulled and the smell of the dairy unit is pungent. That can only mean one thing this time of year at Cal Poly: Open House.

2-year on-campus housing a goal, but won’t be a requirement, officials say

The goal is to make Cal Poly more of a community, officials say.

HBO pre-screens Game of Thrones season five

Ten students left with box set DVDs, almost 300 left with posters and all 996 students watched the exclusive pre-screening of Game of Thrones season five before it airs this weekend.

Drought could get worse, professors say

The current drought is the most severe one California has had in the past century.

Oh, SNAP: Why you may want to keep it down the next time you turn up

Welcome to the Student Neighborhood Assistance Program, or SNAP.

End of an era: SLO Brew’s move raises concerns

Are dollar tacos on Monday gone forever?

‘St. Fratty’s Day’ investigation continues: students summoned for ‘required’ questioning

“Our ultimate intent is to determine who is directly responsible for planning this gathering and hold them accountable for creating a safety threat to the participants and the community,” Dean of Students Jean DeCosta said.

Students petition to keep political science professor at Cal Poly

Students advocate to keep Professor Krishnan on campus after he was denied a full-time tenure track position.

Forum sparks conversation about St. Fratty’s Day

President Jeffery D. Armstrong, Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Humphrey and ASI President Joi Sullivan led the discussion.