Cal Poly Sweet Hickory BBQ Sauce hits stores

Aryn Sanderson Mmm! Finger-lickin’ good! Cal Poly’s new Sweet Hickory BBQ Sauce hit markets Feb. 12, and pulled pork will never be the same. In true Learn by Doing fashion, the university’s barbecue sauce is student-created, student-run and student-produced.…

Meat and greet: processing plant opens for viewing

The J and G Lau Meat Processing Center, a new teaching facility for students, opens for public viewing on Saturday. The facility is intended for student use and as a place for undergraduates to do research. The center is the…

MAP: Construction on Campus

As on-campus construction continues, it may be hard to figure out how to get around. Check out our interactive map to know what’s going, and avoid arriving in class late.

Caution: Men working

Construction on Cal Poly’s campus continued over the spring break holiday, and many students hoped progress would be evident by the time school resumed today. Elana Polan, a graphic communication senior, said before the break that she would like to…

No holidays for campus construction projects

While classes ended for Cal Poly students over the 2010 winter break, construction projects on campus continued as usual and took advantage of the absence of students.

Construction updates for the school year

For the duration of the 2010-2011 school year, Cal Poly’s campus will be undergoing some changes in a few of its facilities.