OUR orientation up for review

Orientation for United Raza is in the process of being evaluated according to Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting, director of New Student and Transition Programs.

Veteran Success Center comes to Cal Poly

Cal Poly students work to cultivate a home for veterans and dependents on campus.

The unsung heroes of Cal Poly: those who clean behind the scenes

Dan Williams, a lead in the landscape service department, mows campus in the early morning hours.

A fairytale ending: Cal Poly wins Rose Parade award

The story behind “Soaring Stories.”

UPD introduces new on-campus walking escort program

Now the escort van won’t be the only way to get to your on-campus home.

Covered California rolls over to San Luis Obispo, explains why health insurance is vital for all

The group’s second enrollment period — the time people can apply for health care — began Nov. 15 and goes through Feb. 15.

Deer and squirrels and skunks, oh my: Road kill on campus

According to Facility Services Bob Selders, small and large animal deaths on campus usually don’t go over four per year.

Halloween Weekend 2014 yields quiet results

Due to rain and increased enforcement, Cal Poly experienced a very mellow Halloween.

UCSB: Keep Halloween ‘safe and local’

UCSB is marketing their “Keep it Safe, Keep it Local,” Halloween campaign through social media and advertisements.

SLOPD grant allows crackdown on alcohol crimes

SLOPD and UPD increase enforcement to address minors’ alcoholic consumption and possession.

UPD pilots new 9-1-1 awareness campaign

UPD is one of five agencies in California spreading awareness to reduce non-emergency calls placed to 9-1-1 dispatch centers.