“We have some really great leaders on this campus who want to make sure that people’s experiences are positive and that people are successful here. I’m just not sure some know exactly how to do that,” Holmes said.
Appealing to different ethnic and people groups through new food options and weekend and evening activities.
Two MCC coordinators were hired Sept. 11, one with a passion for assisting Native American students, the other excited to help undocumented students.
Logan Honeycutt & Nate Honeycutt Bioresource and agricultural engineering sophomore & alumnus This time last year, we were ringing the warning bells about the CSU “Open Membership” requirement going into effect as a result of CSU Executive Order 1068. We…
The Comparative Ethnic Studies Association (CESA), an up and coming club, plans to further cultural consciousness on campus.
Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong outlined his vision for the next academic year at Fall Conference this Monday, detailing plans that would increase Cal Poly’s recognition as a nationally competitive university.