SQE demanded Armstrong speak out publicly against the Sustainable Financial Model, invest in minority education fields and change Cal Poly’s Student Success Fee structure.
Desme was on a path to Major League Baseball stardom. Then he walked away.
The man said he was a “performance artist” before warning passengers of a bomb on a later bus.
“I expect people to voice concerns and ask questions — tough questions. I’m actually on everybody’s side here.”
No dates have been set for a possible walkout, and the earliest that one would happen is in January.
As the nation mourns another tragic school shooting, Gov. Jerry Brown is considering legislation that would ban concealed carry of handguns at colleges and schools in California. The mass shooting […]
As of September 23, annual and quarterly parking permits for Cal Poly students have sold out and are not available to purchase, according to the University Police Department (UPD). With […]
The Neighborhood Wellness/Community Civility Group’s recent report proposed a series of obligations for Cal Poly students, aimed toward those living off-campus with locals. Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) and the Student Community Liaison […]
The AGR president said the event was “not a party by any means.”
Student leaders and administrators were on hand to receive the donation of the property, which was valued at $11.3 million.
A look back at the biggest stories of this year, by numbers.