Seven months after his graduation, Yoon is the man behind the university’s newest public relations tool.
The Nov. 16 off-campus party that came under fire on campus and across the country was not in violation of university policies.
Leaders of the Cal Poly greek community clarified their apology for the “Colonial Bros and Nava-hos” party Tuesday, shifting blame away from fraternities and sororities that might have been involved with it.
A candlelight vigil will be held Thursday for deceased business administration junior Matt Yount.
The memory of Carson Starkey, and how his life was tragically taken in 2008 by a preventable hazing situation, reminds the entire Cal Poly community of how important it is to adhere to hazing-related rules.
In an email to campus, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong denounced a greek party this past weekend “offensive to Native Americans and women in the party’s theme and suggested costumes.”
In what’s become a semi-annual tradition at Mustang News, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong joined the staff for a Q-and-A on Monday morning.
David Aguilar [follow id= “davidaguilar92”] Mustang News reporter David Aguilar covers the dedication ceremony for Cal Poly’s newest building.
Cal Poly officials, including University President Jeffrey Armstrong and Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Jason Colombini, are considering the possibility of opening a pub on campus, Colombini said Monday.
Ending deferred recruitment for fraternities at Cal Poly this fall was a win for gender equality — but that doesn’t mean it was the right decision.
Fresh out of a Board of Trustees meeting where Gov. Jerry Brown warned the California State University system against dwelling on increasing the number of students it enrolls, CSU Chancellor Timothy White did exactly that Friday at a press conference for student media.