Letter to the Editor: ‘Open Membership’ wreaking havoc: Is your group the next target?

Logan Honeycutt & Nate Honeycutt Bioresource and agricultural engineering sophomore & alumnus This time last year, we were ringing the warning bells about the CSU “Open Membership” requirement going into effect as a result of CSU Executive Order 1068. We…

CSU’s derecognition of Christian club unfair

The policy of open membership for clubs needs to be revised — or applied equally.

Cal Poly Democrats return to campus

Daniel Estes, economics and political science third year, decided to restart the Cal Poly Democrats after seeing a need for a group that would allow students on the liberal end of the political spectrum to come together and express themselves.

Muslim Student Association challenges 'Radical Islam' event

“Radical Islam,” an event planned for Tuesday evening by the Cal Poly College Republicans, has stirred up controversy on campus.

Joi Sullivan forges path to presidency

While she did enjoy a nap the next day after winning the election, Sullivan is no stranger to sleepless nights filled with sports practices, leadership commitments and homework.

Today's Top 5: From baseball rankings to ASI presidential debate

Olivia Doty [follow id=”doty_olivia”] Catch up on what’s going down around campus today. 1. Cal Poly tabbed No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper In a report released Monday, Collegiate Baseball Newspaper ranked Cal Poly’s baseball team No. 1 in the nation. However,…

Sullivan leads the way among decided voters for ASI president

A preliminary poll of the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential race showed most students remain undecided on where their political preferences lie, and many others simply don’t plan on voting at all.

ASI committee takes up open club membership poilcy

The advocacy committee is working on understanding the executive order and has met with Dean of Students Jean DeCosta to discuss the policy.

Mustang Minute: freedom of speech display on Dexter Lawn

Christina Favuzzi [follow id= “ChristinaFav”] The Cal Poly Republicans Club has built a fake Berlin Wall on Dexter Lawn where students have the opportunity to express their thoughts and opinions. “Looking over this, some of these things, they offend me,…

College Republicans lobbying against open club membership

The Cal Poly College Republicans have launched a petition to end a California State University policy requiring all clubs to have open membership, saying the rule will result in members who do not adhere to conservative values.

Cal Poly students more united than Congress, against Congress

The federal government shutdown, which lasted 16 days, ended on Oct. 17 when President Barack Obama signed a bill raising the debt limit.