Aside from classrooms and bathrooms, the Robert E. Kennedy Library is perhaps Cal Poly’s most useful building.
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Meet the published professors
Listening to a favorite professor talk with a colleague about a book they’ve written in the Conversations with Cal Poly Authors event is fun, Communications and Public Programs Coordinator Karen Lauritsen said.
Student suggestions spark library renovations
When students complain about Robert E. Kennedy Library, the staff listens and responds.
Kennedy Library’s hidden gem: Judy Drake
Anyone who has frequented the Robert E. Kennedy Library in the past 30 years has most likely noticed her — she can often be found outside, taking a drag of a cigarette and enjoying what she calls “therapy,” laughing with students, sharing stories of her rich past.
UPD escorts man watching porn from library
Mustang Daily Staff Report email@example.com Police escorted a man from the third floor of the Robert E. Kennedy Library on Saturday after a student notified them of a suspicious individual viewing pornographic material on a library computer. The male was looking at a dating website that had pictures of naked women, which students found disturbing, […]
How Americans’ fervor hurts whole country
Zachary Antoyan is a political science junior and Mustang Daily liberal columnist. I’m not the only one who thinks Robert E. Kennedy Library would be a kick-ass place to hole up during the (obviously impending) zombie apocalypse, right? I mean, maybe you wouldn’t be able to stay there for very long, but at least […]
Cal Poly author and professor to share mission music history book
Kassi Luja firstname.lastname@example.org Cal Poly author and music professor Craig Russell will share his new book “From Serra to Sancho: Music Pageantry in the California Missions” at Robert E. Kennedy Library on Jan. 25 as part of the library’s “Conversations with Cal Poly Authors” event series. Russell will discuss his book that explores the history and culture of California mission music. […]
Former professor charged with indecent exposure in library
Sara Natividad email@example.com The San Luis Obispo District Attorney’s Office charged former bioresource and agricultural engineering (BRAE) professor Shaun Kelly with a misdemeanor of indecent exposure after witnesses claimed he flashed his genitals in the library this past year. On May 27, 2012,the University Police Department (UPD) was called to the Robert E. Kennedy Library, UPD Chief George Hughes […]
Library alarm interrupts UU Hour
UPDATE: A dirty smoke detector on the fourth floor of the library was found to have set off the building’s fire alarm at 11:34 a.m., university police records manager Fred Mills said. The specific smoke detectors in the library use particle sensors which cannot differentiate between smoke and dust, causing the alarm to activate when dust […]
Library braces for finals week
The word “busy” can be found in the dictionaries at the Robert E. Kennedy Library. Or, students can always just look around to see the word in action because winter quarter finals are coming, and the library staff is preparing for the rush. University librarian Anna Gold has seen the action firsthand. “During dead week […]
Don’t judge a couch by its cover
The Cal Poly Architecture Department and Robert E. Kennedy Library have joined forces for this fall’s art exhibit: “Assembly Required: An Exhibition of Polytechnic Furniture Artists and Vellum Design Winners.” The exhibit allows students to interact with literature in a brand new way, architecture professor Thomas Fowler said. His third-year design students were tasked with […]