Students join faculty to protest university’s financial problems

“What Will You Do to Save Cal Poly?” asked the green and gold signs waving in the warm fall breeze at the Save Cal Poly rally yesterday morning.

Q&A with provost Koob

Provost Koob answers questions about everything including the deficit, furloughs, faculty cuts, class cuts, graduation and summer school.

Busy summer no breaks for Griggs

Cal Poly ASI President Kelly Griggs spent the summer dealing with a variety of influential issues affecting students, one of the most important being fee increases.

Chancellor’s office gives ultimatum

Cal Poly administrators were informed that the California State University Chancellor’s Office gave an ultimatum regarding the College Based Fees (CBF) yesterday morning.

BLOG: CFA votes in favor of furloughs

The voting period closed Wednesday with 54 percent members voting ‘yes’ and 46 percent voting ‘no’ for the furloughs. In total, 68 percent of eligible voters cast a ballot — about 8,880 members.

A year in review: Looking back at the year’s top headlines

At the end of the year we look back at the year’s top news stories. Full of controversy and history the top headlines have kept us reading. With presidential elections, college based fees, losses and arrests the year