Breaking down the Master Plan, part seven: More diversity

Appealing to different ethnic and people groups through new food options and weekend and evening activities.

Effects of ‘Executive Order 1068’ getting worse — help us take a stand

Help us protect the rights and existence of many well-established student groups.

#IAmCalPoly photo campaign to put student diversity on display

“Just because I am quiet doesn’t mean I am invisible. I fought hard to be here.”

MultiCultural Center’s newest coordinators ready to develop ‘culturally competent’ students

Two MCC coordinators were hired Sept. 11, one with a passion for assisting Native American students, the other excited to help undocumented students.

Letter to the Editor: ‘Open Membership’ wreaking havoc: Is your group the next target?

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…

Up-and-coming ethnic studies club highlights importance of cultural education

The Comparative Ethnic Studies Association (CESA), an up and coming club, plans to further cultural consciousness on campus.

President Armstrong presents expansive vision for coming academic year

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.