Candidates and the media: ASI makes recommendations for election code changes

Recommendations include having a “media day” where candidates freely talk with the media about their candidacy.

‘Yes Means Yes’ reinforces university practices

For Cal Poly, Senate bill 967, commonly referred to as “Yes Means Yes,” reinforces existing policy.

Students fake it ’til they make it with fake IDs

Whether it’s Mother’s Tavern, Bull’s Tavern or SLO Brew, most San Luis Obispo bars are infamous for upholding strict security protocols in pursuit of catching college students with fake IDs.

Sullivan looks for support to keep Student Success Fee allocation up to campus, not state

Currently, how the Student Success Fee is used is up to the campus. ASI President Joi Sullivan wants to keep it that way.

ASI fights possible Student Success Fee changes

At $780 per year, Cal Poly has one of the highest Student Success Fees in the California State University (CSU) system, totaling approximately $14 million this academic year.

ASI fights potential fee increase

Cal Poly students could pay $4 more in fees next year to fund an organization most of them have probably never heard of.

Cal Poly students volunteer for National Good Neighbor Day

State Farm isn’t the only good neighbor out there.

ASI launches voter registration drive with ‘fancy’ videos

ASI is leading a campaign to encourage students to register to vote for state and national elections. It involves videos.

Alpha Phi responds to shootings outside UCSB chapter house

At least one Cal Poly Alpha Phi member was in Santa Barbara visiting friends at UCSB on Friday night when two women were shot on the UCSB Alpha Phi house front lawn.

Years of sexual assaults near Cal Poly may be linked

The University Police Department (UPD) and San Luis Obispo police department (SLOPD) are working together to investigate two sexual assaults that happened this past month, UPD Chief George Hughes said.

Sexual assault reported in Mustang Village

Cal Poly sent an emergency notification text and email to students at approximately 12 p.m. on Saturday.