Allowing Lambda Chi to participate in Winter Rush, rather than being fully suspended, denotes that Cal Poly offers little to no sympathy to the students who were genuinely hurt by the abhorrent actions that occurred last spring.
An investigation of the Spring 2018 alleged blackface incident, along with other racially insensitive acts, conducted by the State Attorney General’s Office has come to a close. The investigation concluded that the students’ actions are protected by the First Amendment. “The acts that occurred at Cal Poly, while profoundly offensive and insensitive – and […]
An update and clarification on greek life terms and social probation sanctions.
Foote argues that the greek life suspension was a massive and unreasonable PR blunder.
Bartel argues that Armstrong should show solidarity with marginalized communities by refusing to allow Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus.
Here’s a breakdown of this week’s events.
This letter reflects the opinions of environmental engineering senior Spencer Harvey.
Various organizations on campus put up a booth in solidarity against controversial issues at Cal Poly.
Mustang News anchors Stephanie Garibay and Nicolas Gonzalez have today’s top stories.
Cairns argues the actions of the Lambda Chi members involved in the blackface incident are protected by the First Amendment.
Hernandez argues that students of color must demonstrate a higher standard of knowledge and understanding to avoid being dismissed.