CSU Board of Trustees approves voluntary student fee

Jessica Nguyen [follow id = “xjessnguyen”] On Jan. 28, the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees voted to approve a $4 voluntary student fee, also known as the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF), after funding models were revised.…

Professor speaks out in opposition to new registration policies

Harvey Greenwald, mathematics professor, will bring his concerns pertaining to the new registration policy before the Academic Senate this Tuesday.

Strategic Plan articulates Cal Poly’s vision

Student Affairs creates a three-year plan to guide principles for campus and community life.

Revised freshman dining plan eliminates meal credits

For the 2015-16 school year, incoming freshmen will be adopting a newly revised dining plan, which excludes the use of weekly meal credits.

The college textbook bubble

Why your textbooks are so expensive and what one Cal Poly student is doing to doing to change the status quo.

SLO city cracks down on rental homes

Due to a shortage of affordable housing, the program aims to ensure students will not have to live in unsuitable housing conditions.

OUR orientation up for review

Orientation for United Raza is in the process of being evaluated according to Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting, director of New Student and Transition Programs.

Veteran Success Center comes to Cal Poly

Cal Poly students work to cultivate a home for veterans and dependents on campus.

Orientation programs to be mandatory for incoming students

Cal Poly’s orientation events will be mandatory for incoming freshman and transfer students come 2015.

Easing hunger pains: The Cal Poly Hunger Program

Vouchers are given out on campus and can be redeemed at 19 Metro Station.

MultiCultural Center’s newest coordinators ready to develop ‘culturally competent’ students

Two MCC coordinators were hired Sept. 11, one with a passion for assisting Native American students, the other excited to help undocumented students.