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Success Fee direction under debate

The Student Success Fee Allocation Advisory Committee is on its way to having a budget recommendation prepared by the end of the quarter. Associated Students, Inc. President Kiyana Tabrizi said she is prepared to make unpopular choices to help the university. Tabrizi, a graduating political science senior and co-chair of the committee, said she sees value […]

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Morrow wins presidency

After introducing Cal Poly to a slew of lime green T-shirts and fending off a last-minute competitor, Katie Morrow captured the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidency Thursday afternoon. The new president-elect shared hugs and kisses with her supporters and family who gathered close in the University Union (UU) Plaza during the minutes leading up to […]

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Candidate Q&A: Nha Ha

Nha Ha, a biomedical engineering senior who decided last Wednesday to run as a write-in candidate for the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidency, talks about accessibility to students, his plans for the California State University (CSU) and how he hopes to secure a come-from-behind victory this week. Though Ha’s opponent, social sciences junior Katie Morrow, had […]

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Candidate Q&A: A sit-down with Katie Morrow

Katie Morrow, social sciences junior running for president of Associated Students, Inc (ASI) talks about women in student government, how the Student Success Fee is a temporary solution and why she’s never without her signature eyeglasses. You’ve been in Kiyana Tabrizi’s cabinet for almost a year now, and in ASI for two years. How has that […]

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ASI round up 4/18

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors met April 18 for its biweekly meeting in the University Union (UU), room 220. Topics discussed included: Kiyana Tabrizi, ASI president reported: Welcomed new provost Kathleen Enz Finken, who introduced herself and answered questions regarding her campus goals, including diversity, advising and the Teacher’s Scholar Model. “I’m always […]

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Let the games begin

Meg Morrow has always known her daughter was natural leader. From providing guidance for her two younger siblings to becoming involved in every activity possible, Katie Morrow’s leadership skills have been present from a young age, Meg Morrow said. Morrow, a social sciences junior, has been involved with Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) for two years. […]

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Students march on Sacramento for higher education

Thousands of students converged on Sacramento to protest declining state support of higher education yesterday. California State Student Association (CSSA) President and event organizer Greg Washington said the rally was to bring awareness to budget problems in higher education. Chants from protestors such as: “No cuts, no fees. Education should be free,” demonstrated frustration from […]



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