Mr. Eco is difficult to miss. Wearing a green cape, bright yellow T-shirt, green basketball shorts and “bling” adorned with a compact florescent light (CFL) bulb, students might have seen him at football games, soccer games, during Week of Welcome (WOW) or at the SLOBound event downtown. People around campus also might see him in a […]
No holidays for campus construction projects
While classes ended for Cal Poly students over the 2010 winter break, construction projects on campus continued as usual and took advantage of the absence of students.
Construction continues to cause ‘Big Squeeze’ throughout campus
Expect detours on Via Carta, the major pedestrian and vehicle pathway connecting North and South Perimeter roads, for the next three years as construction is completed for the new Center for Science and Mathematics.
Cal Poly makes the grade in sustainability
Cal Poly’s sustainability grade for the 2009-2010 academic year was a B+ this year, according to the 2011 College Sustainability Report Card published on Oct. 27th.
Facility services reduced campus-wide
This fall, Cal Poly Facility Services will be reducing the frequency of landscaping, custodial and building maintenance services across campus in response to a 14 percent cut in its budget.