SLOPD arrested a total of 11 people during this year’s St. Patrick’s Day, a small amount compared to last year’s 38 arrests.
Mustang News beer columnist Nick Larson was having a routine Friday morning. It was getting close to 11 a.m. when he noticed someone was at his front door. He opened it and found two Cal Poly university police officers.
“At any given time — you know, those little drug baggies — there were, like, 50 on the ground.”
According to UPD associate director Cindy Campbell, other California State University campuses charge for weekend parking.
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Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) hopes to reevaluate the bike and skateboarding policies on campus, promoting bike safety and possibly working to legalize skateboards on campus.
The University Police Department (UPD) announced it will “pursue appropriate criminal charges and campus sanctions,” on 13 identified people suspected of robbing VG cafe in a press release Thursday morning.
Cal Poly’s men’s soccer tied UC Santa Barbara at Friday’s Blue-Green rivalry game — but for some students, it was a total loss.
The University Police Department arrested 12 Cal Poly students for public intoxication, disorderly conduct or both at the game. Most of the arrests came in the second half, and San Luis Obispo police were present to drive those arrested to the county jail.
If midterms made you thirsty, then rumors of a pub coming to campus must be making you parched.
While Cal Poly officials are considering adding a pub on campus, the first step is still to see if it’s something a majority of students would want, Associated Students Inc. (ASI) President Jason Colombini said.