National Engineers Week comes to Cal Poly

The Engineering Student Council celebrates National Engineers Week at Cal Poly beginning today to increase awareness about engineering.

Cal Poly to rent textbooks

Cal Poly students will be able to rent a small number of textbooks through the school’s campus bookstore.

LGBTQ conference comes to Cal Poly

The Western Regional Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Ally College Conference will be hosted at Cal Poly for the first time in the event’s 20-year history.

A passion for dance: Cal Poly student opens hip-hop dance studio

As a dance teacher, the one thing that really upsets Cal Poly business junior Heidi Asefvaziri are students who have to quit her class because they can’t afford the payments. So she came up with her own solution: open her own street hip-hop studio.

Cal Poly students attend Model UN in Ecuador

Four students learn how to be better global citizens and international diplomacy at Model United Nations conference in Quito, Ecuador.

Two students win big on game show

Vanna White and Pat Sajak won’t be the only people worth watching on Wheel of Fortune in the next two weeks when two Cal Poly students compete.

Senate bill met with opposition by CSU and UC officials

A revised senate bill that will expand the California Public Records Act, forcing secondary university bodies such as the Cal Poly Foundation and the Cal Poly Corporation to open their books to the public was proposed by Sen. Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) Jan. 5.

Journalist interference isn’t always unacceptable

How do we know when it’s okay to step away from the pen and step into the story?

Students recognized for volunteer work

Cal Poly juniors Missy Sparks and Addie Virta were named the January Volunteers of the Month.

Freshman point guard Kyle Odister works his way to a starting position

Freshman point guard Kyle Odister has worked his way to the starting position for the Cal Poly men’s basketball team this season, by stepping up to the expectations of a coach not afraid to push his athletes.

New Web site wants to offer more than teacher ratings

After students went into an uproar over the closing of Polyratings last quarter, two Cal Poly students and a friend came up with the idea to offer a new Web site, one that advertises more than teacher ratings.