Cal Poly ranked "Best in the West"

This year Cal Poly was named one of the “Best in the West” for the nineteenth straight year in U.S. News and World Report’s annual college guidebook. Cal Poly ranked seventh among western schools that offer full undergraduate and master’s-level programs but few…

Putting the 'Al' in 'alumnus': Weird Al at the PAC

Grammy Award-winning legend “Weird Al” Yankovic, the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time, will return to his alma mater, Cal Poly, for his Alpocalypse Tour on Nov. 2 in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center. Yankovic graduated from Cal…

Studious students study SLO's sites

The greater San Luis Obispo area has an abundance of off-campus study spots, just waiting to be occupied by studying students who need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the University Union and the Robert E .…

Take a hike!

Bishop Peak Rising up into the skyline of central San Luis Obispo, Bishop Peak remains a favorite for hiking amateurs and pros alike. There are three trails of varying difficulty to get to the top of Bishop, which start at…

Old-fashioned hatred: Cal Poly's athletic rivalries

The four years you spend in college will likely be among the most intellectually stimulating years of your life. You have the opportunity to learn from great professors who teach advanced calculus, bioengineering, architecture and how to interpret 16th century poetry, to…

WOW! They're real people!

On the first Tuesday night of spring quarter, more than 650 Cal Poly students of every age and major gather in Chumash auditorium to begin training to become a Week of Welcome (WOW) Orientation Leader. These Leaders in Training (LITs)…

Multiple car burglaries reported at La Cuesta Inn

The La Cuesta Inn saw seven incoming Cal Poly freshmen and their families have a different experience than the rest this morning when they awoke to find their vehicles burglarized. Front desk clerk Nichole Leahy dealt with guests, one-by-one, as…

Mustangs start third season under head coach Tim Walsh

The first practice of the 2011 Mustang football season kicked off Monday, beginning an exciting third season under head coach Tim Walsh.

Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter officially disaffiliated with Cal Poly

The Cal Poly Tau chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon will soon dissolve because of alcohol-related violations, announced Cal Poly officials Tuesday. The chapter gained attention in May as the site of an alleged sexual assault during one of the fraternity’s…

Kreuzberg, CA Moves to Golden China

The Berlin-themed coffee lounge and book bar Kreuzberg, CA will be moving from its Monterey Street home to 685 Higuera Street.