ASI issues semester survey info

Sean McMinn smcminn@mustangdaily.net Student opinion when it comes to semesters is still unclear at Cal Poly, according to the results of a new survey published by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI). Leaders of Cal Poly’s official student government said after surveying more…

Cal Poly names new VP of student affairs

Mustang Daily Staff Report news@mustangdaily.net Cal Poly announced its new vice president of student affairs Tuesday, ending a nearly year-long search that spanned across the country. Keith Humphrey, the current assistant vice president of student affairs at the University of…

‘Ripples Guy’ making waves in semester debate

Sean McMinn smcminn@mustangdaily.net He was reluctant to do the interview — at first. Motivational speaker Paul Wesselmann, better known to Cal Poly students as “The Ripples Guy,” had already been criticized once for his ideas about quarters and semesters and…

Candidates announced for vice president of student affairs

Four finalists have been selected in the search for a new vice president for student affairs, and each will visit Cal Poly for in-person reviews during the coming weeks. Open forums beginning Wednesday this week will give students, faculty and…

ASI launches semester opinion survey

Sean McMinn smcminn@mustangdaily.net Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Katie Morrow said she wants to know how semesters would affect every student on campus, but there is one thing ASI does not care to ask: Do students want semesters at Cal…

Semester task force fails to draw students

Contrary to critics’ beliefs, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong has still not made a decision on the semester debate, Semester Review Task Force chair Rachel Fernflores said Wednesday. Fernflores spoke to a relatively small crowd at the first of four…

ASI looks to increase student voter registration

Elections are less than a month away and as many students prepare to vote once again, some are getting ready to pick names, decide on propositions and cast their ballots for the first time. Before students can vote though, they…

Student Success Fee set to open classes, fund student services

Sean McMinn smcminn@mustangdaily.net Administrators are aiming to cure the headache of finding classes, with millions of dollars heading toward opening up additional courses in the coming quarters. Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong approved a budget for Student Success Fee revenue…

Students go the Mustang Way with new initiative

Laura Pezzini lpezzini@mustangdaily.net Students walking alongside the University Union may notice the new signs that have been placed at each end of the path, labeling it the “Mustang Way.” It’s not just a street name, though, it’s a reference to…

Task force to examine semester switchover

Sean McMinn seanmcminn.md@gmail.com After months of tentative discussion surrounding the issue, a presidential task force aimed to explore a Cal Poly conversion to semesters will begin meetings in mid-October. Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong, who will ultimately make the decision on…

Police investigate Rec Center photographer

Sean McMinn smcminn@mustangdaily.net The Cal Poly University Police Department has issued a safety advisory to the campus community after launching an investigation regarding a man who allegedly took photos of women working out at the Cal Poly Recreation Centerlast week.…