Finding off-campus housing for the upcoming school year can be an overwhelming time for many Cal Poly Students: endlessly scrolling through Zillow and Craigslist, filling out application after application, hoping to hear back from at least one realtor out of the dozens they have contacted. These stressful circumstances create the perfect opportunity for scammers to […]
University Housing plans to increase on-campus housing costs by 6% for residence halls and 9% for apartments beginning the 2021-2022 academic year, according to Jo Campbell, Executive Director of University Housing. This rent increase comes as a result of the financial effects COVID-19 has had on University Housing, according to Campbell. Despite the $7.9 million […]
On March 25, Cal Poly announced via email that Spring quarter will be taught virtually, leaving students to reevaluate whether to stay in San Luis Obispo or return to their hometowns. “Right when the virus started to hit, I realized [we’d] be online the rest of the quarter,” business administration junior Ryan Blaser said. When […]
Video by Sydney Brandt A study conducted by California State University (CSU) systems in January 2018 found that 41.6 percent of students reported food insecurity and 10.9 percent reported homelessness. These results are also reflected in a recent survey of Cal Poly students that yielded similar results. It was found 26.9 percent of Cal Poly […]
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Alton Brown, Anjelah Johnson and Broadway’s “Pippin” are just three of the acts on the roster.
From stores to sofas.
The Spanos Theatre stage will transform into the Lower East Side of New York, complete with cake-faced drag queens, reckless heroin addicts and starving artists when award-winning rock musical RENT comes to Cal Poly on Oct. 15.