Cal Poly is set to be the final California State University campus to switch to semesters, despite years of pushback from the campus community. Calling it an “eventual transition,” University Spokesperson Cynthia Lambert said Cal Poly is still finalizing plans with the CSU and has yet to make an official announcement. President Jeffrey Armstrong told […]
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A student-made documentary inspired CSU libraries to stop using the phrase ‘illegal alien’
Cal Poly is one of 23 California State Universities to change policies surrounding language used to describe undocumented people. The move was prompted by “Change the Subject: A documentary about labels, libraries, and activism” that is coming to campus Feb. 4.
Panetta Institute Congressional Internship gives students the opportunity to work in Washington D.C.
Only three days left to apply.
Cal Poly’s General Education program may be revised, with an emphasis on diversity
The university is taking a look at how they can make the general education program more diverse, and they want student input.
No essay, no problem — How the CSU application may affect the university’s diversity
Cal Poly’s application for the Fall 2019 term opened Oct. 1 on the university’s online application portal, Cal State Apply. Cal State Apply allows applicants to apply to multiple California State University (CSU) campuses with the same application. Unlike many colleges and universities, Cal Poly’s application does not require an essay. Prospective students can fill out […]
President Armstrong’s salary increases more than $12,000 as CSU trustees approve raises for top executives
CSU presidents were given a three percent raise, amounting in more than a $12,000 increase for President Armstrong.
CSU Board of Trustees discusses possible tuition hike in 2018; decisions not finalized until “at least May”
The CSU Board of Trustees released a statement regarding the possibility of a tuition hike for the 2018-2019 school year.
Campus investigating multiple sexual assault allegations involving same person
At least one Title IX investigation will conclude Oct. 6, according to a written document shown to Mustang News.
30-Minute Update: ASI presidential election results, campus-wide Earth Week events
Mustang News anchors Megan Healy and Dan Dempster have this week’s top stories.
CFA strike preparation on hold for 48-hour ‘blackout period’
Chancellor Timothy White was present at the CSU-CFA meeting for the first time, according to a CFA email.
CSU faculty voting on whether to authorize strike
No dates have been set for a possible walkout, and the earliest that one would happen is in January.