About 12 more clubs are expected to join the 286 current clubs on campus by the Oct. 23 deadline for submitting club charters.
Cal Poly ASI President Kelly Griggs spent the summer dealing with a variety of influential issues affecting students, one of the most important being fee increases.
More than 130 people attended the SLO City Council meeting Tuesday night, where San Luis Obispo Police Chief Deb Linden presented five strategies to deal with the noise and partying in the community.
The temporary exercise facility in the Cal Poly Recreation Center is now open and in constant use with gym goers. The opening occurred as scheduled by Associated Students Inc. (ASI) on Sept. 15.
Construction in the UU plaza has caused ASI to move the UU hour concert series, cut back on the number of bands playing per quarter and create a new music event called Fan Fest.
For the past two to three years The New York Times has been available multiple places on campus, but as of next year it will no longer be free.
ASI presidents are often faced with unexpected obstacles and Kramer’s experience was no exception. The response to issues such as the symbols of hate portrayed by the crop house, three student deaths and fiscal shortcomings shaped Kramer’s presidency.
Cal Poly student and Army Reserves veteran Jesse Grothaus hopes to start a club on campus to reconnect with fellow student veterans, but has hit a red tape roadblock just in getting the signatures needed to found the club.
After nearly a week of delays, the ASI election results were announced: Art and design senior Kelly Griggs won the election with 1,807 votes, followed by computer science graduate student Jon McElroy’s 979 and psychology senior Jacob Alvarez’s 907.
They’re too much alike to differentiate between their overlapping plans and platforms. And, while all of them have good ideas, nobody stands out as a leader with the ability to follow through, certainly not enough to warrant a staff endorsement.