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NAMA team hopes to renew excitement for agricultural marketing at Cal Poly

This winter quarter, eight agribusiness students will start working on a marketing challenge: to promote a robotics company that makes products to help harvest produce.  These students are members of Cal Poly’s National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) team. They will create a business marketing strategy for the robotics client, and present it at a national competition […]

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Students can participate in the search for a new CSU chancellor. Here’s how

The search for a permanent California State University (CSU) chancellor is underway and students and faculty are encouraged to participate, according to a campus-wide email President Jeffrey Armstrong sent on Thursday. The search is being conducted by the CSU Board of Trustees and will feature three open forums throughout the state for CSU stakeholders to […]

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Cal Poly Safer hosts Stalking Action Month with “Love, Boundaries” campaign

In honor of January’s National Stalking Awareness Month, Cal Poly’s Safer is hosting “Love, Boundaries” — a month-long campaign dedicated to stalking prevention and boundary setting. The campaign is hosting a variety of events for students surrounding survivor support, education and awareness.   “Ultimately, stalking behaviors are repeated violations of boundaries — and we all deserve […]

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WATCH: Cal Poly students help Los Osos community after rainstorm

After this month’s rainstorm brought mudslides, flooding and property damage, the Cal Poly College Corps program offered a way for students to help clean up homes and businesses. Residents of the Vista Court neighborhood in Los Osos received help after their homes were damaged by mudslides.  “It’s been a rewarding and humbling experience to see […]