Cal Poly receives 450-acre land gift

Student leaders and administrators were on hand to receive the donation of the property, which was valued at $11.3 million.

Here’s how the Fall 2015 admitted students stack up

To start, the average GPA of admitted students is a 4.0.

$20 million donation fulfills agriculture dreams

The most extensive project is the the 7,500-foot events center.

Interim agriculture dean Andrew Thulin takes permanent post

As a class of 1977 Cal Poly graduate, Thulin now leads a college with over 180 faculty members.

First Earth Day Sustainability Fair hits Cal Poly

The first Earth Day Sustainability Fair will show off the various initiatives involving sustainability that are happening on Cal Poly’s campus and in the San Luis Obispo community.

Cal Poly taking steps toward environmental sustainability with new programs

With greenhouse gases and global warming peeking over the horizon, Cal Poly’s environmental sustainability groups push for changes in the way students and others engage environmentally.

Agriculture lecturer speaks on sustainability

Cliff Ohmart, vice president of sustainability management software company SureHarvest, spoke at the CAFES series on Tuesday.

ASI Board of Directors candidates: Part I

The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences is comprised of 3,701 students and nine departments. There are five seats available on the Board of Directors for this college and voting begins on May 5.

Poly students host junior livestock show

A Cal Poly Livestock Show Management class hosted the 26th annual Western Bonanza livestock fair Feb. 12 to Feb. 14 in Paso Robles.

Pollan Panel as packed as expected

Students and San Luis Obispo community members lined up on Thursday morning to see the panel discussion with Michael Pollan at the Performing Arts Center (PAC).

Recreation, parks & tourism administration program to become a department

The start of the new academic year will bring a change to the Cal Poly campus; Recreation, Parks & Tourism Administration (RPTA) will become its own department.