Sustainability is a three-legged system: environment, social equity, and economy. All must be taken into account when working towards a campus that can sustain growth, promote a valuable education, and equip our students for the future.
How will the university fund these massive projects? Are there other areas of campus that deserve more attention? How do we ensure that our campus does not turn into a metropolis?
Grace Kitayama is a journalism sophomore and Mustang News columnist. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. University Housing has plans to require all second years to live on campus within the next 15 years. While…
Cal Poly is requiring sophomore athletes to live on campus in an effort to meet their goal of 65 percent of undergraduates living on-campus by 2022.
Cal Poly has not expanded its lecture space since 2012, but the total student population has increased almost 20 percent.
With the advent of major construction on campus to accommodate more students, parking has diminished on campus.
Cal Poly already has a thriving bike culture, and the university’s push for more bike riders will cultivate this.
The University Police Department (UPD) is looking to expand its resources over the next five years as the Cal Poly administration plans to increase student enrollment and on-campus living. The university announced the Cal Poly Master Plan at the beginning…
The fields that would be replaced would affect the daily operation of the dairy science program.