Cal Poly Triota and Queer Student Union (QSU) hosted the first ever “Queer Town Hall,” in a Q&A format with the four Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential candidates Monday. The meeting began with opening statements from the candidates, agricultural sciences…
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What will Cal Poly look like in 20 years? At an event in the atrium of Kennedy library on Thursday, students, staff, faculty and the SLO community were invited to express their ideas and input about the multiple versions of conceptual maps.
President Jeffery D. Armstrong, Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Humphrey and ASI President Joi Sullivan led the discussion.
The university is currently gathering facts on the events of last Saturday’s St. Fratty’s Day roof collapse as well as working to incorporate student dialogue into the investigation according to Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong.