Cal Poly Open House brings more than just crowds

Erin Abzug Cal Poly’s Open House event draws a huge crowd of accepted students, perspective students and their families into the San Luis Obispo area. San Luis Obispo Police Department Lieutenant Bill Proll said in regards to complaints from locals…

‘Rag-tag’ committee made first Open House

Elyse Lopez After the riots in 1990 that caused the cancellation of Poly Royal, students had to think of a new way to open up the campus for the weekend and showcase their work. Poly Royal was a wonderful…

The changing face of Cal Poly

Amanda Margozzi The total number of applications submitted to Cal Poly reached an all-time high in Fall 2012. There were 45,796 transfer and first-time freshman applications, which was an increase of 10.9 percent from the previous year, according to…

Rodeo club ropes in the competition

Natalie Dinges slowly lowers herself onto the back of the bull for the first time. Firmly taking the rope in her left hand, she finds her balance and raises her right hand to signal she’s ready to go. The gate…

Welcome to our (open) house

As I walked to my classes last week, I encountered what seemed to be an endless number of tour groups consisting of parents listening intently and prospective students glancing around to take a look at current students. Needless to say,…

Freshman takes on Open House

While Open House drew the crowds, our freshman columnist believes it’s not the best representation of Cal Poly.

Open House attracts thousands to Cal Poly

Thousands of prospective students and their families were on hand this past weekend to see the Cal Poly campus for Open House. The event attracted around 25,000 people for the campus showcase on Saturday with over 200 clubs on display.

Cal Poly prepares to hold Open House

From April 15 to 17, Cal Poly will be holding their annual open house to give prospective students a chance to view the campus and learn more about the opportunities that are present at the university.

Dance styles to converge at fundraiser

Learn By Dancing is a “WOW” and open house fundraiser with lessons on three distinct dance styles.