After a long day of work, I came back to my Poly Canyon Village apartment with the intention of getting comfy and going to bed. Little did I know, the universe would have more in store for me on the Saturday night of Oct. 23. It started just like any other Saturday night: a friend […]
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Freshmen plans for Winter quarter: Choosing to live on campus or stay at home
Students who are living on campus are required to move out of housing by Nov. 21, according to the Cal Poly Housing website. This means that for students living on campus, they will have to move out the week before finals week, whereas last year students would normally stay on-campus through finals.
App helps pronounce new residence hall names
A new application was recently created to help Cal Poly students pronounce the names of the residence halls currently under construction in Student Housing South — yakʔitʸutʸu. Computer engineering senior Chance Daniel took matters into his own hands after noticing students had difficulty pronouncing the new housing names. Daniel designed and produced a new app […]
Cal Poly considers ‘year-around’ schedule, other plans for development
The “year-around” schedule will increase graduation rates but decrease the number of students on campus at any one time.
CSU Board of Trustees moves Grand Avenue housing project forward
The proposed plan would implement a 1,475-person residence hall specifically for freshmen near the Grand Avenue entrance to the campus.
Mustang Minute: Housing Fair
Mustang News reporter Ashley DeVriend went to the 6th annual Housing Fair. Cal Poly students were able to walk from booth to booth on Dexter Lawn, getting more information about different housing options.
Student opinion varies on mandatory freshman, sophomore housing
The construction project, which hopes to accommodate all freshmen and sophomores in new residence halls and by opening up more space in Poly Canyon Village (PCV), is slated to be finished around 2018.
Student demand outweighed community concern in decision to build new housing
The university hopes to start the $200 million construction project next year and finish by Fall 2018.
Cal Poly to go ahead with Grand Avenue housing project
Administrators will now need approval from the California State University system.
Community fires back at edge-of-campus housing plans
While the plan still needs to be passed by the California State University Board of Trustees, draft renderings of the building and its site plan were presented at the forum.
PCV defying norms with open-gender housing
Aryn Sanderson email@example.com For communication studies sophomore Ben King, the biggest adjustment to living with women was finding long, blonde hairs in the shower, he said. King is the only male in his open-gender Poly Canyon Village apartment. Continuing students who wish to live in Poly Canyon Village (PCV), an on-campus housing facility for second-year […]