Lisa Diaz [follow id= “vaya_con_diaz”] Mustang News reporter Lisa Diaz caught up with Athletic Director Don Oberhelman to reflect on this year’s homecoming and see what Cal Poly’s plans are for the next one.
Cal Poly doesn’t simply forget about students after they graduate, they honor those who deserve it.
Walking through the doors of the Alumni Exhibition, visitors are greeted by a room full of photographs.
Allison Montroy firstname.lastname@example.org Cal Poly alumnus Kenny Stevenson always knew he wanted to make people laugh for a living. In second grade, if his teacher had asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he would have said…
Kelly Trom email@example.com Homecoming is a time for current Cal Poly students, as well as past alumni, to come together and reconnect. This year, homecoming will bring the continuance of old traditions and the creation of new traditions to the…
That’s right, every business you experience, every product you buy and every movie you see has roots formed by a person just like you: educated in some way or another, motivated for their own success and willing to take a risk and get a reward.
Robert E. Kennedy display “Nisei Diploma Project: Stories from California Polytechnic State University” honors Japanese American alumni who were deported during WWII.