Recommendations include having a “media day” where candidates freely talk with the media about their candidacy.
Currently, how the Student Success Fee is used is up to the campus. ASI President Joi Sullivan wants to keep it that way.
At $780 per year, Cal Poly has one of the highest Student Success Fees in the California State University (CSU) system, totaling approximately $14 million this academic year.
Cal Poly students could pay $4 more in fees next year to fund an organization most of them have probably never heard of.
State Farm isn’t the only good neighbor out there.
ASI is leading a campaign to encourage students to register to vote for state and national elections. It involves videos.
Only 16 percent of Cal Poly students are members of social fraternities and sororities, but their presence looms much larger within student government.
Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.
Neither national politics nor student party affiliations play a significant role in Cal Poly’s elections.
While she did enjoy a nap the next day after winning the election, Sullivan is no stranger to sleepless nights filled with sports practices, leadership commitments and homework.
Political science senior Joi Sullivan spent the past two weeks shaking hands, giving out free food and covering Cal Poly’s campus with bright red fliers bearing the slogan “Choose Joi.”