Career Services is bringing its resources right to students’ doorsteps — or at least to the doorstep of the Cross Cultural Centers.
“These events are awful and heartbreaking, but at the same time, they make me feel very proud to be a Ukrainian,” Yuliya Pidlubnyak said.
The Challenge the Status Quo Conference on Saturday will take on stereotypes and promote change.
The Cross Cultural Centers and Safer host dozens of events each quarter, but you definitely don’t want to miss these nine, which are free, fun and open to everyone.
To raise awareness about sexual assault and encourage students to rise for the cause, the Gender Equity Center (GEC) participated in the national V-Day event on Feb. 13.
From romantic dinners to camping with friends, Cal Poly students share with Mustang News what they have planned for Valentine’s day.
As part of an effort to make the university more residential and “24/7,” as well as accommodate the growing number of students who will be living on campus, Student Affairs will now play an increased role in directing Campus Dining.
The advocacy committee is working on understanding the executive order and has met with Dean of Students Jean DeCosta to discuss the policy.
Members of the men’s lacrosse team, men’s soccer team and women’s basketball team participated in the new campaign.