Cal Poly’s administration has been hands-on in student life this year, for better or for worse.
Almost a week after the Associated Students, Inc. presidential election results were announced, former candidate Jake Rogers touched on his future at Cal Poly.
While she did enjoy a nap the next day after winning the election, Sullivan is no stranger to sleepless nights filled with sports practices, leadership commitments and homework.
Three strong candidates are running to be the next ASI president, but the Mustang News editorial board sees a unique opportunity in electing an outsider.
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential candidates Connor Paquin, Jake Rogers and Joi Sullivan faced off Monday night in a debate co-sponsored by the Cal Poly College Republicans and Mustang News.
Mustang News and the Cal Poly Republicans host an ASI presidential debate moderated by Nate Honeycutt and Sean McMinn.
At Cal Poly, the middle ground between what students want and what ASI can do lies in a concept called “shared governance.” Because of this doctrine, the voice of the students is at least represented in all high-level discussions through ASI representatives.