CSU plans for worst-case scenario

California State University (CSU) trustees discussed cost-reduction measures Tuesday but discounted the possible closure or chartering of one or more of its campuses. CSU system officers presented ideas to offset the ailing university budget at the Board of Trustees meeting…

CFA strikes on two campuses

The California Faculty Association (CFA) is executing a planned strike at California State University (CSU) campuses at Dominguez Hills and Easy Bay campuses Thursday. The protests, which began in the early morning and are expected to go into the evening,…

Students, university to face tuition increase aftermath

The CSU Board of Trustees finalized an additional 12 percent increase in tuition on July 12.

Cutting corners: students, faculty protest budget cuts

With whistles blasting, Cal Poly students, staff and faculty carried signs and shouted chants as they marched around the University Union (UU) April 13, joining in a statewide protest against education budget cuts.

California students, faculty take action against budget cuts

All 23 California State University campuses will take part in “Class Action,” a rally to bring a voice to students, faculty and staff who are opposed to the recent and proposed education budget cuts.

Governor Brown cuts CSU’s green

The California State University  system could undergo a $500 million budget cut, according to Governor Jerry Brown’s 2011-12 state budget proposal released Monday.

ASI elections are a time to reflect on the direction Cal Poly is headed

I am happy to be politically neutral today — a first, I think, since I began writing my columns. But, as they say, there’s a first time for everything. I began thinking about who I will choose to vote for next week in the ASI Presidential campaign by asking myself similar questions as I do during national presidential campaigns.