Let the games begin

Meg Morrow has always known her daughter was natural leader. From providing guidance for her two younger siblings to becoming involved in every activity possible, Katie Morrow’s leadership skills have been present from a young age, Meg Morrow said. Morrow,…

ASI campaign tactics: Recipes for success

With more than 80 students running for positions on ASI for the 2012-13 school year, a variety of campaigns are vying to win students’ votes when election day comes on April 25. However, some tactics are common among many of the…

Students go the extra (Mustang) mile

The Cal Poly community has a chance to come together and show their school pride tomorrow at the first ever Mustang Mile. The Mustang Mile will be held at 5:30 p.m. and consist of a 5-kilometer run through the Cal Poly…

Student puts her imagination on display

Art and design senior Sabina Miklowitz will showcase her photographic series, “Animate Me,” in the University Union’s Epicenter Gallery until June. This is the first of many events put on by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Events for spring quarter and is Miklowitz’s first solo…

Poly Escapes gets a new home

California’s Central Coast offers some of the state’s most scenic outdoor destinations. Whether students like to surf, hike, climb or kayak, new updates to Poly Escapes can help them get outside quickly and with all the gear they need. The Organization: Poly…

History repeats itself as fee proposal comes to students

Less than three years after voting to increase College Based Fees, Cal Poly students will once again be asked to advise the university president on a school-wide tuition increase come Wednesday. The Student Success Fee brings up uncanny similarities to…

Fee forum failures spark new outreach efforts

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Kiyana Tabrizi called the proposed Student Success Fee the most important tuition decision Cal Poly has ever faced. But students’ lack of interest might indicate disagreement. With only two open forums left for students to…

ASI Board of Directors meeting roundup

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Kiyana Tabrizi reported: • The City of San Luis Obispo has a new community development director who will work on creating a new parking ordinance for the city. The ordinance would regulate how many vehicles…

Sliding to Student Success

A slideshow highlighting the 01/23/2012 Student Success Fee Forum.

Proposed tuition increase receives sharp criticism at forum

As part of the lead up to a student advisory vote next month, Cal Poly administrators hosted the first of nine forums to educate students about a proposed fee Tuesday. The proposed Student Success Fee, which interim vice president for…

FINALLY!

[box]Rec Center opens to much fanfare[/box] Following months of anticipation, the Cal Poly Recreation Center had a soft opening morning after approximately four years of planning and construction. University Union Advisory Board Chair Karen Mesrobian, a philosophy senior, said Associated…