With a brand new school year starting up, Cal Poly students are heading back to class and back to the books. Soon enough, the hectic pace of academia will have hold of Mustangs once again. But Cal Poly students aren’t alone in their studies; the university offers a variety of resources to help students keep up […]
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Kennedy Library celebrates 30 years
The addition of the five-story Robert E. Kennedy Library to campus and the authorities responsible for its success will be celebrated this week as the library enters its 31st year of service. It also marks the 30th anniversary of the library’s dedication. Thirty years ago, a student looking to study in the library would find […]
Spring cleaning — freshman shares tips for improving your college days
Freshman columnist discusses the dos and don’ts of spring cleaning. See what extra friend-baggage needs to be shed to gear up for the last quarter of freshman year.
A ‘man of integrity’: Former Cal Poly President Robert Kennedy dies
Cal Poly President Emeritus Robert E. Kennedy, who presided over the university for more than 12 years and continued his involvement with the university after retirement, died on Dec. 25, 2010
Cal Poly honors Japanese Americans with Nisei Exhibit
Robert E. Kennedy display “Nisei Diploma Project: Stories from California Polytechnic State University” honors Japanese American alumni who were deported during WWII.
Students create fully functional art in Kennedy Library
reKinetic, an art exhibit, will be on display at the Robert E. Kennedy Library until June 6 and projects designed to be aesthetically pleasing as well as fully functional.
Students flock to familiar study spot during finals
It boasts being voted the “Best Study Spot.” Who voted it the best study spot? The best study spot out of where?