Signs warning that shoplifters will be prosecuted were recently added to many Campus Dining locations after Cal Poly Corporation updated their loss prevention policy at the start of Winter 2020. The updates were made to address an increase in theft over the past year, according to Cal Poly Corporation Communications Specialist Aaron Lambert. However, according […]
Cal Poly issues $950,000 toward diversity initiatives
As a result of the CPX Survey, Cal Poly will be providing more than $950,000 toward improving diversity, equity and inclusion on campus through several diversity initiatives, according to a campus-wide email.
Cal Poly ranks 26 in most money made from declined applications nationwide in 2016-17
Cal Poly has been ranked No. 26 in the nation for making the most money off of declined applications in the 2016-17 year, according to a recent study by LendEDU. During the 2016-17 year, Cal Poly had a total of 48,162 applications and admitted 14,202 freshmen and transfer students. This resulted in $1,867,800 made from […]
Newsom’s budget proposal increases CSU funding, tuition will likely remain same
“It’s refreshing and exciting to see that Governor Newsom has dedicated much-needed funds to the community college, UC, and CSU systems – funds that will go towards further improving resources and accessibility for our students as they move towards obtaining their degrees,” ASI President Jasmin Fashami wrote to Mustang News.
Students and faculty fail to keep up with Cal Poly’s 2020 Zero Waste goal; facilities keep campus on track
Cold Canyon Processing Facility Manager John Ryan said the recycling contamination rate from Cal Poly is the highest in the county at 32 percent.
Update: Sheriff’s Office identifies one dead in fatal car accident just north of Cal Poly
The driver killed in the accident has been identified as 18-year-old Zachary Andrew Harris of South Lake Tahoe.
Cal Poly Soil Science Team takes first place in regionals for the second time in 2018
Cal Poly remains undefeated soil science champions, taking first place at a regional competition in early November.
Teaching by day, brewing by night
When Cal Poly biological sciences professor Emily Taylor leaves the classroom for the day, she always heads straight for the brewery — but it’s not what you think.
Men’s Colony inmate escaped, found 17 days later
The inmate was last seen headed northbound out of Cayucos at approximately 12 p.m.
Is Journalism Broken? Expert panel discusses the future of media
Cal Poly alumni and guests gave advice on the journalism industry during the bi-annual Jim Hayes Symposium on Oct 12
Green Campus sustainability move-out initiative aims to reduce PCV move-out waste
Poly Canyon Village residents can donate unwanted items to be resold next year.