Cal Poly names new VP of student affairs

Mustang Daily Staff Report news@mustangdaily.net Cal Poly announced its new vice president of student affairs Tuesday, ending a nearly year-long search that spanned across the country. Keith Humphrey, the current assistant vice president of student affairs at the University of…

ASI ‘quietly’ looks for student vote on wording change

Mustang Daily Staff Report news@mustangdaily.net Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is asking for students’ approval in a vote today to tweak the wording of ASI’s Articles of Incorporation. The vote asks students whether or not they support altering the words “Board…

People Under The Stairs headlines first Concert in the Plaza at Sunset

Brian De Los Santos bdelossantos@mustangdaily.net Maybe I was living under a rock. I was teeth-deep in a tri-tip sandwich at Firestone Grill when I found out Los Angeles-based hip-hop duo People Under The Stairs (PUTS) was performing at the first-ever…

Semester task force fails to draw students

Contrary to critics’ beliefs, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong has still not made a decision on the semester debate, Semester Review Task Force chair Rachel Fernflores said Wednesday. Fernflores spoke to a relatively small crowd at the first of four…

ASI looks to increase student voter registration

Elections are less than a month away and as many students prepare to vote once again, some are getting ready to pick names, decide on propositions and cast their ballots for the first time. Before students can vote though, they…

Police investigate Rec Center photographer

Sean McMinn smcminn@mustangdaily.net The Cal Poly University Police Department has issued a safety advisory to the campus community after launching an investigation regarding a man who allegedly took photos of women working out at the Cal Poly Recreation Centerlast week.…

UPD investigates report of photographer who targeted women’s workout

UPDATE: 5:32 p.m. After contacting the officer sent to investigate Wednesday at the Cal Poly Recreation Center, Cal Poly Chief of Police George Hughes wrote in an email to Mustang Daily that an unknown male was allegedly using his iPhone…

Tabrizi plans to be a kid again this summer

Kiyana Tabrizi wouldn’t change a single thing from this year. Her year of leading the student body as Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president is drawing to a close, but as Tabrizi said, “The things I learned this year, I’ll keep…

Appointed committee to begin Success Fee spending

The team assigned to spend the money gained by Cal Poly’s Student Success Fee is set to begin a month-long process that will potentially end with more classes for students. The 11-person group, which includes seven students, held an initial meeting…

Morrow wins presidency

After introducing Cal Poly to a slew of lime green T-shirts and fending off a last-minute competitor, Katie Morrow captured the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidency Thursday afternoon. The new president-elect shared hugs and kisses with her supporters and family…

Candidate Q&A: Nha Ha

Nha Ha, a biomedical engineering senior who decided last Wednesday to run as a write-in candidate for the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidency, talks about accessibility to students, his plans for the California State University (CSU) and how he hopes…