The protest is one of several that have taken place this week after last weekend’s incident.
“We know that students who live in the residence halls perform better academically, reach higher levels of student success, graduate at higher rates than students who don’t,” Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Humphrey said.
All four homes were purchased from a private seller with Cal Poly Corporation funds.
Mustang Daily Staff Report email@example.com San Luis Obispo police are investigating a report of sexual assault near Cal Poly’s campus earlier this month, but the department is reluctant to release information because of the involvement of a minor. Police received…