The local SLO Bangers group is hosting a clothing and supply drive starting today, May 29, for houseless community members in Morro Bay who were recently displaced. SLO Bangers is a syringe exchange and overdose prevention program that helps individuals with substance addiction, aims to decrease the transmission of blood diseases and prevent drug overdoses […]
Student protests against Cal Poly’s partnerships with defense companies are expected at the Spring Career Fair April 17-18. More than 200 companies are expected to attend the event. In recent years, small groups of student activists have unfurled “Divest From War” banners and called the university “complicit in war” by accepting donations from certain companies. […]
Alumni, parents, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to donate to various campus organizations this week as part of Poly Gives, a week coordinated by Cal Poly Annual Giving. In its third year, Poly Gives aims to raise money that goes directly back to students, supplementing and funding what state funds cannot. This year the […]
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) announced Monday, Jan. 14 it will be declaring Chapter 11 bankruptcy later this month, after not being able to pay billions of dollars in liability claims from the past two years of wildfires, according to the company’s website. The company estimates it is facing a total of $30 billion in […]
Alex Spanos, the longtime Chargers owner, died at age 95 early Tuesday morning. He was surrounded by his family. The Cal Poly alumnus donated $8 million in 2004 to renovate the university’s football stadium, now named Alex G. Spanos Stadium. He and his late wife Faye Spanos also donated $1.5 million in 2003 to renovate […]
All the proceeds from the Zombie Run for Autism went directly to the Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center.
Numerous San Luis Obispo restaurants and organizations donated merchandise to adorn the tower.
Animal science students are putting the Cat Program on campus to use.
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The new year is a time to both reflect and look forward.
Running a university isn’t cheap. Even with state funding and rising tuition costs, Cal Poly relies on donations from alumni and parents with the Cal Poly Fund. Chris McBride, the Cal Poly Fund’s new director, said these donations are critical to the university’s success. “It’s hard for students,” McBride said. “If we can ask parents and […]