What used to be an empty space filled with grass and weeds on the outskirts of campus is now a flourishing garden complete with flowers, fruits, vegetables and even chickens.
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Four CAFES students placed top 5 in state floral competition
An all-women team of College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science (CAFES) students flourished in an annual statewide flower-arranging contest.
Cal Poly to break ground on new $125 million interdisciplinary research complex
Cal Poly will break ground to make room for a new $125 million interdisciplinary research building beginning in May 2019.
Cal Poly alumni develop platform to empower local farmers
A team of recent Cal Poly alumni are developing a platform designed to transform the way consumers eat meat by connecting the local community with sustainable, local farmers and ranchers.
Letter to the Editor: Prospective student’s parent calls for Cal Poly president to resign
Buffum said she will not allow her daughter to attend Cal Poly because the university condones white supremacists’ behavior.
$1.5 million pledged for new plant pathology lab
Longtime Cal Poly supporters pledge $1.5 million to fund a plant pathology lab in new Agriculture Technology Center.
Count on Colombini to care, communicate and connect
Colombini’s older brother Jason, the ASI president in the 2013-14 academic year, served as a valuable campaign consultant.
Cal Poly alumni donate $1.2 million to Wine and Viticulture Center
Cal Poly alumni pledge $1.2 million to wine and viticulture center.
Here’s how the Fall 2015 admitted students stack up
To start, the average GPA of admitted students is a 4.0.
Quick Talk with Award-Winning Graduates
Cal Poly has a reputation for producing some of the top graduates in the state, but who are the top of the top?
Cal Poly agriculture students — Where are they now?
Breanne Harlan Dairy science junior Harlan went to the Fall career fair, and a week later received a job offer. “This summer I have an internship with Kraft Foods, and I’ll be doing quality assurance,” she said. “I really want to do an internship out of state — I really wanted to go. I liked […]