At the intersection of Cuesta Avenue and South Perimeter Road lies the 106-year-old Old Power House (bldg. 76) — the oldest building on campus.
Chino’s has found a new owner, and will remain open for the foreseeable future.
From 2008 to 2013, cash payments in Campus Dining facilities fell by 12 percent.
A May 14 forum addressed issues of underage drinking.
The proposed ordinance resulted from complaints about noxious odors from outdoor medical marijuana cultivation in a residential area.
Allowing students to access their personal devices in class means they may be checking their social media accounts instead of focusing on class materials — a double-edged sword that teachers across the nation have to deal with.
Cal Poly is seeking a new location downtown for its SLO HotHouse program, with an addition of residential space to house 40-80 upper-division students.
A March 17 Associated Press article misleadingly named the team as one of eight that failed NCAA academic requirements for tourney teams.
A petition signed by 28 past city council members arrived at City Hall on April 16 with the message: the San Luis Obispo City Council and Cal Poly need to collaborate more on the consideration of the future 1430-bed student residence hall.
Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong: “If we work together, I believe we can make Poly Royal a safe, enjoyable event and a university showcase that will make all of us proud.”
Londo and his program will bring back the annual Poly Royal Rodeo for the 74th time this Friday and Saturday on the rodeo grounds.