ASI Biweekly Update

The ASI Board of Directors held its second-to-last biweekly meeting last night.

Moving on up? Water polo players say the team doesn’t want to become a NCAA sport

Although women’s club water polo is one of the more successful athletic programs at Cal Poly, members of the team insist they play the sport as a hobby and academics come first.

Engineers are artists, too — ‘Achievers’ exhibit proves engineering is art

The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art (SLOMA) will prove engineering is an art this month with the exhibit “The Achievers: The Art of Engineering (Making Stuff that Works).”

Breaking the bank: what to know about student fees

Student fees account for 42 percent of students’ tuitions, and make up for the deficit in state-provided funding from past years.

ASI biweekly meeting update

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) held its biweekly Board of Directors meeting last night in University Union (UU) room 220.

ASI announces 2011-2012 President-Elect

Associated Students Inc. announced the 2011-2012 president-elect, Kiyana Tabrizi, today.

ASI presidential campaigning underway

The University Union (UU) Plaza is filled with campaign booths and presidential propaganda while students around campus support their presidential choice by wearing candidates’ T-shirts. The countdown to the Thursday announcement of the new Associated Student Inc. (ASI) president has…

ASI biweekly meeting update

Associated Student Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors met for its second meeting of the spring quarter last night in University Union (UU) room 220.

Environmental engineering professor receives a waste-full award

Cal Poly environmental engineering professor wins Iraj Zandi award from the Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management.

ASI and SCLC host ‘Community Game Day’
Oberhelman officially takes reign of Cal Poly athletics

Athletics director Don Oberhelman appears enthusiastic about taking on the role and future of Cal Poly athletics.