Gay or God? Cal Poly sparks queer-faith dialogue

For a long time, Bre Goetz didn’t think she could be gay and a good Christian.

After years of informal practice, university introduces amnesty policy

If someone needs help, call 911. Don’t worry about repercussions. That’s the message Cal Poly is sending to students.

Campus hangover: Cal Poly’s not-so-dry alcohol policies

The smell of barbecued pig filled the air. Friends and strangers gathered around ice chests of cold brew, shared a beverage and prepared for the excitement to ensue. A ping-pong ball whizzed through the air, interrupted by a ker-plunk into a red cup.

Career fair heavy on technical employers

This disparity is often perceived by students as prejudice, or even favoritism, on the part of Cal Poly Career Services.