Erhart Agriculture gets a new roof

Construction began this week on the rooftop of the agriculture building. It is estimated to be completed at the end of the month.

New K-12 law highlights transgender students' plight

Zach Maher/Staff Photographer Though it may not directly affect universities, a new law for K-12 schools will promote equality for transgender students. Kayla Missman [follow id = “kaymissman”] Transgender students are protected by nondiscrimination policies, but they don’t have enough…

Future of Grand Avenue housing project still uncertain

Although the university claims the Grand Avenue Housing project would improve student success, freshman retention rate and neighborhood quality of life, some in the community disagree.

Talks ongoing for Grand Avenue housing project

Administrators will meet this week to discuss the future of the Grand Avenue housing project.

Community will have more time to comment on university housing plans

The project has sparked controversy among locals, who argue the neighborhood will be disrupted by the installation of approximately 1,475 more freshmen living close by.

Community fires back at edge-of-campus housing plans

While the plan still needs to be passed by the California State University Board of Trustees, draft renderings of the building and its site plan were presented at the forum.

Professors, administrators thrilled with new math and science center

As he walks around the Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics, College of Science and Mathematics Dean Phil Bailey is beaming.

Union workers protest non-union workers at Area 52

Non-union iron workers on the Area 52 project now must use a separate entrance and exit from union iron workers, due to a developing dispute between Ironworkers Local 155 and Fresno Fab-Tech, a Fresno-based iron shop. Picketers also demonstrated in…

Summer construction wraps up in time for school

Detours and orange cones were the symbol of Cal Poly’s campus this summer, with multiple construction projects in full swing during the quiet summer months. The almost deserted campus makes expansion of construction zones easy, Joel Neel said, associate director…