As fall quarter reaches its end and most students get ready for the holidays, some 942 Cal Poly graduates will walk the stage and have something more to prepare for — the next chapter of their lives.
Cal Poly’s student affairs office also asked PULSE to create a 45-second video about “a responsible and dignified graduation.”
Bar crawling on the morning of graduation might not be a possibility this year, if Cal Poly and the City of San Luis Obispo have their way.
Approximately 700 Cal Poly students will walk across the university’s commencement stage, hear their names called and shake Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong’s hand as they pass from student to graduate on Dec. 8. December Commencement is one of two…