The next application submission period for Fall 2018 will open on Oct. 1 through Cal State Apply.
Every day, Cal Poly receives millions of spam messages, according to Information Technology Services (ITS) Deputy CIO Ryan Matteson. While students don’t see a majority of the spam they receive, numbers show that universities across the country are a target for cyber security attacks. According to Symantec’s 2015 report, educational institutions were the third most […]
This post has been paid for by Cal Poly Corporation’s University Store, and does not reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News. It’s the beginning of the school term and students rush into their new classrooms. After the professor welcomes them and explains the course objectives, the class syllabi are passed around, disclosing the required textbooks. […]
Thousands of students converged on Sacramento to protest declining state support of higher education yesterday. California State Student Association (CSSA) President and event organizer Greg Washington said the rally was to bring awareness to budget problems in higher education. Chants from protestors such as: “No cuts, no fees. Education should be free,” demonstrated frustration from […]
With tuition costs climbing steadily and state funding for public higher education being slashed, students are paying more every year to complete their degrees. A new group, the Cal Poly Recolution of Education Club, hopes to raise $30,000 to travel across the country and educate college students about the role they can play in how […]
When I think of the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement, I see that protesting does change society.
The California State Assembly Appropriations Committee failed to approve an oil and gas severance tax that was expected to generate $1 billion in revenue for California’s higher education system last month.