KKG continues to grow philanthropy

In just its second year on the Cal Poly campus, Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) has already begun to make a philanthropic name for itself throughout San Luis Obispo.

Football team tackles season injuries

As it preps for the game against UC Davis, the Cal Poly football team has to deal with the challenges of gameplay as well as setbacks from player injuries.

3 ways the new Mustang Success Center is helping students

For materials engineering freshman Josh Ledgerwood, the center gives students a feeling that the school is trying to help people. “I think it enhances Cal Poly because it’s one of the many things they offer,” he said. “They are looking out for our success.”

Measuring success for ASI Events

The current programs funded by ASI are the Children’s Center, club services, student government, Poly Escapes and ASI Events.

Women’s soccer team prepares to buck the Gauchos

The men aren’t the only ones preparing for battle against the Gauchos. The women’s soccer players are readying themselves for their away game in Santa Barbara, also.

Cal Poly students more united than Congress, against Congress

The federal government shutdown, which lasted 16 days, ended on Oct. 17 when President Barack Obama signed a bill raising the debt limit.

Questions surround possible on-campus pub

“If the decision is made to have a pub on campus, it’s up to Cal Poly to make sure they know the responsibilities that come with the choice,” Jenn Rhoads, the San Luis Obispo County coordinator for Friday Night Live said.

Massive student interest led to new political science minor

A survey of 800 students was conducted, questioning whether there would be interest in a minor and if students would be likely to take it, political science professor Matthew Moore said.

Behind the numbers: Women in the workforce

Women make up just 14 percent of architects and engineers, which is also reflected at Cal Poly, with a noticeably smaller population of female students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Fighting the stigma of suicide

Students can make themselves available and knowledgeable for their peers and allow them to see the choices that are at hand.