Cal Poly football opened conference play with a 49-21 loss against No. 5 Sacramento State on Saturday, Oct. 1 in Alex G. Spanos Stadium. Sports video director Nate Mills & […]
The California State University (CSU) was not transparent about a surplus of more than $1.5 billion while negotiating state funding and raising student tuition, according to an audit report released Thursday, […]
California’s financial aid system could get its biggest overhaul in 20 years if a proposal backed by key Assembly Democrats becomes law. And that’s just one of a slew of […]
After nine months of crafting legislation for the state of California, a class of Cal Poly students saw their textbook affordability bill on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk, signed into law August […]
Cal Poly faces a budget crisis. Inflation is rising, and the entire California State University System needs more money to combat it. It may not be coming, and the campus […]
Applications for the Capital Fellows Program are due Feb. 12 at 5 p.m.
The Institute of Advanced Technology and Public Policy will use the grant to enhance voters’ access to government meetings.
Don’t Frack California is trying to mobilize the largest organized march on Sacramento against hydraulic fracking on March 15 at 1 p.m.
Benjy Egel is a journalism freshman and Mustang Daily sports columnist. “I love it! I love it! Oh my God, best interview ever!” These were the words of Cal Poly […]
Thousands of students converged on Sacramento to protest declining state support of higher education yesterday. California State Student Association (CSSA) President and event organizer Greg Washington said the rally was […]