Net neutrality: 6 questions you didn’t know to ask

Confused about net neutrality? Here’s what you need to know.

Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to host start-up business panel

Similar to the TV show “Shark Tank,” attendees will be given monopoly money for the first part of the event.

Drought leaving problems in its wake for Cal Poly agriculture

Cal Poly is planning to meet with city and water officials about the university’s water usage in the next few months.

Cal Poly super donor arrested, creditors demanding money from university

Cal Poly finds itself in a legal battle over hundreds of thousands of dollars Albert Moriarty donated to the university to fund the scoreboard at Alex G. Spanos Stadium.

Yount’s ‘unforgettable smile’ remembered at memorial

Former teammates remembered Yount for his fun spirit and sense of humor, sharing tales of old practices and practical jokes they often played on Yount.

Broadway musical to make its way to PAC

Broadway musical “Million Dollar Quartet” is making its way to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Nov. 18. The show sings the tale behind the legendary recording session of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash.

Moriarty continues to fight $5 million bail

Cal Poly Athletics Hall-of-Famer and the donor of $625 thousand for the Alex G. Spanos Stadium scoreboard, Albert Moriarty continued to fight $5 million dollar bail, while at the San Luis Obispo Superior Court on Wednesday and Friday.

Suicide awareness event rescheduled after student tragedy

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 Wednesday. Cal Poly Health and Counseling Services, in collaboration with…

Spark of genius: student converts car to electric (while still in high school)

Jessica Burger Computer engineering sophomore Nolan Reker has been an electrical enthusiast all of his life. “Nolan was fascinated with electrical cords and electricity at six months,” Reker’s father, Roy, said.  “His first word was ‘light.’” When he was…

SLO’s air quality ‘F’ grade misleading

Jessica Burger San Luis Obispo County residents are often confused by the American Lung Association’s State of the Air report, which this past year placed San Luis Obispo as the ninth most polluted city by ozone with a letter grade…

Change the Status Quo comes to Chumash

Jessica Burger Approximately 250 people from across Cal Poly’s campus and the San Luis Obispo community showed up at Chumash Auditorium on Saturday for the annual Change the Status Quo conference, where attendees shared new ideas on current social…