On April 1, Cal Poly kicked off its annual Pride Month: a monthlong celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA) community on campus.
The University Police Department (UPD) escort van’s original intent was to serve the students residing on campus, but some off-campus students feel its services should be expanded to them as well.
Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting, Cal Poly’s director of New Student Programs, says that more than anything, the Learn By Doing motto is what is most attractive to prospective students.
More and more students are applying for Cal Poly, but can the university handle a bigger freshman class?
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.
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.
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.