Why New Year’s Resolutions are not often met and what it takes to achieve them
Instagram posts can be a humble brag or a way to capture a memory. But other times, they’re a cry for help. Assistant Director of Community Prevention and Intervention Services […]
Student distress is on the rise. According to a 2014 study by the American College Health Association, almost half of students reported feeling hopeless within the last 12 months of […]
Students hustled to class with packages of scantrons. Students Alex and Ransom Cutshall hustled to the hospital.
A May 14 forum addressed issues of underage drinking.
Logan Cooper is talking, as he sits on a desk crowded with turntables, mics and a mixing board inside KCPR, Cal Poly’s radio station.
It’s one of few words spoken between scenes of chugging, stumbling and fist pumps displayed in Cal Poly’s College Culture video posted this January.
Students can make themselves available and knowledgeable for their peers and allow them to see the choices that are at hand.
Most Cal Poly students can tell you the story of Carson Starkey. They’ll tell you he was a Cal Poly student lost to alcohol poisoning in 2008. His story is retold every year in hopes of raising awareness about alcohol poisoning and looking out for fellow students.
Jessica Burger Originally planned for Friday, a nationwide traveling suicide awareness exhibit of 1,100 backpacks donned with personal stories has been cancelled in light of the student death near campus […]
For Cal Poly students, the signs of problematic drinking don’t have to do with drinking every day or drinking in the morning, Mary Peracca, a Cal Poly drug and alcohol counselor of 12 years, said.