Mustang News, Nov. 21, 2013: College of Liberal Arts could see fee increase

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Liberal arts dean pushes for college fee increase

The fee increase would bring the College of Liberal Arts college-based fee on par with the rest of the Cal Poly’s colleges, which all stand at $347.19 per quarter. The College of Liberal Arts fee is now $239.19.

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?

CLA journal ‘Moebius’ goes online-only

Moebius, a compilation of work from the Cal Poly community and published by the College of Liberal Arts, is getting a digital makeover.

New College of Liberal Arts dean selected

Cal Poly’s College of Liberal Arts (CLA) has found a new dean in Douglas Epperson, the current dean at Washington State University. Epperson was selected after a yearlong search to replace Linda Halisky, who is retiring from her position after…

A liberal dose of engineering

Very few majors offer students the chance to work in both the arts and sciences simultaneously. In fact, at Cal Poly there is only one: liberal arts and engineering studies. Liberal arts and engineering studies (LAES) is an interdisciplinary program…

Showcase bridges liberal arts and polytechnic

Last week the Cal Poly College of Liberal Arts (CLA), in partnership with CLA Ambassadors, hosted Liberal Arts week. This four-day annual event held on campus aims to promote awareness and interest in Liberal Arts among students and staff as well…

'Immerse' yourself in contemporary dance with Orchesis

Cal Poly’s own Orchesis Dance Company is back with its 42nd anniversary concert, “Immersion,” at the Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre. With dances inspired by relationships, religion, society and an experience in a mental institution, this performance will be one…

Showcase to highlight liberal arts college

Cal Poly’s College of Liberal Arts will hold its inaugural Homecoming for the Mind showcase Saturday, displaying the college to the public and showcasing some of its top projects and research. Homecoming for the Mind is the launch of what…

First provost candidate comes to Cal Poly

The Cal Poly Consultative Search Committee kicked off its provost candidate forum Tuesday morning by introducing the first of four finalists for the position: Cheryl Schrader, the associate vice president of research at Boise State University. Schrader spoke about herself…

Writing intensive classes fall short

Writing intensive General Education classes at Cal Poly are, many times, not requiring students to write a single word.