The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President is one of the most recognizable figures on-campus. However, their visibility around campus does not secure the student body’s understanding of their role and powers. Despite being in her last quarter of college, business administration senior Kailey Sanchez still has a shaky idea of what the ASI president does. […]
Campaigns are in full swing as ASI looks to encourage engagement in the upcoming election.
“He was nervous and I was just excited because I knew what was about to happen.”
Board members think the resolution is reflective of Cal Poly students.
Joi Sullivan, meet Owen Schwaegerle.
“Could there be a policy someday? Maybe. That is within the realm of possibility.”
The university is currently gathering facts on the events of last Saturday’s St. Fratty’s Day roof collapse as well as working to incorporate student dialogue into the investigation according to Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong.
The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors voted that the implementation of student success fees is subject to a binding student vote.
Jessica Nguyen On Jan. 28, the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees voted to approve a $4 voluntary student fee, also known as the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF), after funding models were revised. The California State Student Association (CSSA), an organization consisting of representatives from each of the 23 CSU campuses advocating […]
Olivia Proffit and Leah Horner [follow id = “ojproffit”] Since last weekend’s reported sexual assault, fraternities and sororities have been put on social probation, meaning all social events are banned but sisterhood and brotherhood events and meetings within the houses are allowed. Fraternities and sororities will be on probation for the next 30 days until they come up […]
Dead week is upon us…