Robert E. Kennedy Library will not be closed or renovated next year due to a lack of funding after it was previously projected to close as early as the 2019-20 school year. A $441,229 concept plan is now completed for the library and plans are moving forward to begin construction when funding becomes available. “The […]
Editor’s note: An animal science senior who wishes to remain anonymous will be referred to as Jane Roe for the purpose of the story. The accused assailant will be referred to as he/him. Jane Roe said she was raped as a freshman in her residence hall room. She filed a complaint with Title IX. The […]
“Music lets you change your mindset, be in a different element, maybe nostalgia. I can help these people or be like a friend to them even though we don’t know each other.”
The Cal Poly Varsity Track Team will be suspended from competing in a total of seven meets in March and April after the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities confirmed senior team members hazed new recruits. The violations included “making alcohol available to underage members, coercion to drink, forced exercising and a scavenger hunt that […]
After 21 losses this season, Callero will not be returning next season after 10 years with Cal Poly.
An influx of women have been elected to U.S. Congress and San Luis Obispo’s government, where four out of five council members are female. This trend has trickled down to student leadership at Cal Poly, where six out of the last eight Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidents have been women. Even though this trend might […]
The next time Damon Williams visits campus, from March 12 to 14, the first phase of the 12-month long Cal Poly Experience plan will begin.
It was 8:03 p.m. Dusk had settled in, but not so much that one’s eyes could adjust to the darkness. Industrial technology and packaging juniors Ben Simon and Ryan Meffert stood on Hathway Avenue talking on the sidewalk. As they were talking, a biker rode by on the other side of the street. The […]
On big game nights, an untamed stallion gallops across the football stadium as the crowd cheers him on. Affectionately known as Musty the Mustang, the 15 year-old horse has been reestablishing this game-time tradition for the past six years. Perhaps no one knows him better than the students who care for him in class. In […]
It was mid-November 1989, and San Luis Obispo City Council members were hearing the same complaints they always heard. In a classic town-and-gown battle, locals were concerned about the increasing number of Cal Poly students, and how those students went on to become neighbors of the obnoxious, loud sort. To appease citizens and better control […]
Keynote speakers and viral media empire SoulPancake founders Rainn Wilson, known for playing Dwight Schrute in “The Office,” and Shabnam Mogharabi discuss finding joy even in the most vulnerable and uncomfortable situations at ASI’s “For The Love of Joy” event Feb. 13.